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internee

a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect
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Bekki Shibayama testified that her US-born mother had received redress under the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, which provided restitution of $20,000 and an official apology to each US internee.
But at one camp, art helped internees maintain hope and express their refugee experience.
Martine, the manager of BCL in Sarawak, was interned, internee Lady Shelton hoisted the British flag at noon on 3 September, and finally on 6 September the gates of the Camp were opened (Straits Times, 7 September 1945).
The association between overall SDS score of first year and internee students was not significant on t-test (p value=0.
3, 1945, General Douglas MacArthur fulfilled his promise to return and liberated the internees in UST.
Barton says that most senior centers also sponsor classes at some point in their calendar to teach older adults how to access the internee.
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.
Former internee Pete Mitsui, founder of the San Fernando Aces and coach of the Manzanar camp champions, said, "The ballclub was an important part of the community identity.
A 1944 Japanese census listed a total internee population of 1,112: by nationality there were 903 English, 200 Americans, and 9 Dutch, and by gender there were 860 males and 252 females, all of the latter being English except for a lone American (Shanghai mengguo qiaomin 2006, 8).
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.
At least you didn't give him any photos to keep or send anything mortifying over the Internee Consider this a short chapter in your long life, and put it behind you.