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adjective as in deferred

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Morgan was remanded and on Monday he was on his way back to North Carolina, where he was once a bodybuilding champion.

On appeal in 2006, she was found to be not guilty by reason of insanity and remanded to a psychiatric hospital.

She was initially freed on $100,000 bail, but was remanded after two of her co-defendants absconded.

She was remanded in custody (along with Sollecito and later that night, Lumumba).

Also remanded was “the Chinese guy,” Alexander Chan, who had served five years on a 1997 heroin conviction.

Soon after the prisoners were remanded to their cell, a table was spread, and preparations were made for their last supper.

The report states that they were remanded, but further search fails to find any subsequent notice of the case.

In the use of language, it is far better that pupils should be obliged to stretch upward rather than be remanded to the nursery.

It has reconstructed the Bible and remanded its miraculous narratives to the realm of myth.

The Court, notwithstanding the protest of the prisoner, discharged the jury, and the prisoner was remanded to jail.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remanded, such as: delayed, negotiated, postponed, adjourned, assessed, and charged.

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