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recluse

a person who lives in solitude to devote himself to prayer and religious meditation; a hermit, anchorite, or anchoress
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Sanchez was sentenced to NINE (9) PENALTIES of reclusion perpetua, the maximum imprisonment is still limited to 40 years and it is against this maximum period that the GCTA granted to him should be deducted.
Other than qualified reclusion perpetua or imprisonment of 50 years with no possibility of parole, she said those guilty of extraordinary heinous crimes will be fined P5 million under the measure.
The court's First Division however convicted Janet Lim-Napoles and Richard Cambe and sentenced them to reclusion perpetua.
Mokhtar Belmokhtar, actuellement en fuite, a ete juge, en 2012, et condamne par contumace a la reclusion criminelle a perpetuite.
Paris - Culture must remain, as it has always been in its most humanist essence, a force for peace and reconciliation between human communities, transcending political contingencies and resisting to extremist tendencies and reclusion temptations, said Tuesday in Paris HRH Princess Lalla Meryem.
Les condamnations ont varie entre 1 et 5 ans de reclusion, les accuses ont donc ete relaxes.