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Among those in the mix is one that would ban the use of solitary confinement.
In staged battles between a trio of workers and a solitary soldier ant from a different species, Atta cephalotes, this mineral armor singlehandedly tipped the scale in the workers’ favor, the researchers say.
That means solitary stays locked in hotel rooms overseas after long shifts on the flight deck, and occasionally lengthy enforced quarantines.
Colugos were once thought to be solitary animals, Miard says.
My picks were private solitary escapes nestled in nature and accessible via car.
In a follow-up experiment, the researchers put some of the mice in solitary confinement for 24 hours and then reintroduced them to social groups.
Indeed, lunching at any Club in solitariness that day, with Aminta away from home, was bitter penance.
Nothing gives more content than solitariness, no (p. 14) solitariness like this of a single life.
I have known men grow into a state of incurable idiocy after a few months' solitariness.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
They are much addicted to solitariness, and weary of company for the most part.

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