Thesaurus / remand

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The remand merely extended over three days, until the next sitting of the magistrate.

The Woman in WhiteWilkie Collins

He had procured the means of self-destruction during his first remand.

NevermoreRolf Boldrewood

When they had told what they knew, a remand was granted for a week.

When the news of her father's remand reaches Maria, it overwhelms her with grief.

An OutcastF. Colburn Adams

Then he could remand you to jail for six months by paying your keep.

The HomesteaderOscar Micheaux

The tall footman was not examined, but was detained by the police under a remand given by the magistrates.

The Eustace DiamondsAnthony Trollope

The parties who may be arrested, may be charged instantly with a well-defined crime: of course, the judge will remand them.

That a reprieve, or rather a remand, was granted is certain, as the pages of the Council register remain to this day to testify.

ClaverhouseMowbray Morris

That will at least ensure a remand for a week for you to continue your investigations?

That the court may at its discretion, according to circumstances, remand or discharge the prisoner.

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