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internee

a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect
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A certificate and stipend distribution ceremony of successful internees was held at WAPDA House.
We can now turn the job of telling our story over to the center,'' said Bacon Sakatani, a former internee and one of the foundation's board members.
Proposing the solution, Zaheer Ahmed, another internee, said, "The internees should undergo a test prior to completion of their placement period for their regularisation.
No rule or regulation has been cited before the court to show that girl internees should wear only saree during internship.
We have had absolutely no fresh meat, vegetables, or butter since we came here," wrote Ted Nakashima, a young architectural draftsman who grew up in Seattle and was one of the 7,000 internees at the Puyallup Assembly Center, informally known as Camp Harmony, in western Washington State.
48) This was quite true, but did not answer the question of whether the internee had believed in its ideology.
Jessica Hayes, a UALR community historian and graduate student organizing the event, says her team hopes to attract top-notch speakers, such as former President Bill Clinton, who, during his presidency, honored Japanese-Americans for their patriotism during the difficult circumstances of World War II, and George Takei, who was one of the original "Star Trek" cast members and an internee from the Rohwer camp.
This article is adapted from his book, Morning Glory, Evening Shadow: Yamato Ichihashi and His Internment Writings, 1942-1945, the first to present a contemporaneous account of the three-year ordeal of an internee in his own words.
They informed IT Board announced Rs 14,000 salary per month for each internee but they were being paid Rs 10,000 per month without any reason which is great injustice.
LAHORE -- Overseas Commission Punjab with the cooperation of civil aviation authority was deputing male and female students of various universities as internee at all international airports in Punjab for the guidance of overseas Pakistanis.
His personal reflections as a former internee who spent his early childhood behind barbed wire ironically undercuts the book's opening comment by Natasha Egan that there is a "diversity of opinion among those interred concerning the justice of this wartime government policy.
The 78-year-old award-winning novelist and short story writer, best known for Empire of the Sun about his childhood struggle to survive in a Chinese internee camp, was ill "for several years", his agent Margaret Hanbury said.