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A DRUNKEN brute who smashed every bone in an old tramp's face during a vicious attack has been put behind bars.
For Charlie--now a music business executive--Buck is an embarrassing reminder of something he put behind him, something he can't quite bring himself to explain to his fiancee.
As George Trevorrow of the Ngarrindjeri people of Australia remarked, `Some people say history must be put behind us.
prisons should be run in a humane manner; but "customers" who commit violent crimes should be put behind bars for a lengthy period.
What makes real estate work is the availability of financing, the dollars put behind a project," contended Haeffner.
Allscripts implementation experience and the resources they put behind it convinced us we can achieve early and broad physician adoption without compromising productivity.
It is to mention here that hundreds of people including Hurriyet leaders, Shabbir Ahmed Shah and Mohammad Yasin Malik, have already been put behind the bars to thwart demonstrations against civilian killings in the occupied territory.
Criminal charges should be filed against corrupt officials and those in cahoots with them; if found guilty they should be put behind bars so that others will not emulate them.
At the same time, he sounded caution saying Punjab has moved ahead and all this should be put behind.
A BUNGLING burglar who left behind his fingerprints and a bloodstain when he raided a house just five weeks after being released from prison has been put behind bars for another two years.
The scale of the problem means that in just one year, 170 youngsters in England and Wales were wrongly put behind bars.