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internee

a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect
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For the San Diego production, he devised a Saturday-night dance for the internees and a military drill for the ones enlisting--as many did--in the U.
Moreover, the internees would have to write an internship report based on the work and experienced at automated information and reporting system.
She grew up in the nearby town of Powell and was 10 years old when she watched the last train of internees depart with tears in her eyes.
But in the 1990s the group ABCIFER, Association for British Civilian Internees in the Far East Region, drew people's attention to the former camp inmates.
The internees also complain of discriminatory treatment in various offices and that they are taken as burden.
The treatment of the internees varied across North America.
The objects in the show, ranging from the utilitarian to works of fine art, were made by internees from scrap and found materials.
Only a few of the internees risked the wrath of their Serb guards by speaking to the delegation.
How about an open letter highlighting the plight of young women being pimped as JobBridge internees training to highly-skilled skivvies for a lousy [euro]50 a week?
It describes internments from 1916 to 1920; Bloody Sunday and the internment roundup; the protection of wanted men; the murders of Joseph Tormey, Patrick Sloane, and Tadhg Barry; aspects of camp life and administration, including intelligence and communications, the post office, newsletters and photography, educational and recreational activities, and disputes between internees and the British military; the Irish Products League in the camp; escape attempts; the 1921 general election; the truce period; treaty negotiations; and the men's release from the camp.
The prisoner asked through his lawyer in Jenin, Rabaya's hometown, on Tuesday for improving conditions of sick internees, who suffer a lot inside Israeli jails.
This timeless novel gives the reader an intimate view of the relationships, determination, and survival of the nurses and other internees during their battle to stay alive and triumph over evil - Within The Walls of Santo Tomas.