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reformatory

(formerly) a place of instruction where young offenders were sent for corrective training
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But he was sent to Ohio State Reformatory after being caught behind the wheel again.
ABCS nursery Ohio reformatory for women: Achieving baby care success--collaborative effort.
Minister of Interior, General, Ismat Abdul Majeed said the 4th stage of Al-Huda Reformatory comes in the context of the provision of the prisons' suitable environment by implementation of reformatory and educational programs in prisons .
Sister Mechtilde Woods (born Ellen Henrietta Woods), a Josephite, had made regular visits to Catholic girls at the reformatory at Magill in Adelaide from the 1880s.
A researcher at the organization cites the example of a girl in a Northern Bulgarian village that tried to escape a reformatory and was made to go around the building only with her underwear on as a form of punishment.
He said reformatory initiatives had been being introduced in education, health and other social sectors.
He further told that as a reformatory step, SIMs will be issued under biometric system from June 1, 2014.
Perhaps several years in some socialist reformatory would bring us to our proper senses.
Lawson was sent to reformatory until he is 19 and Hart was ordered to receive three strokes of the birch rod.
On August 31 the Juvenile Justice Board held that the accused minor was "involved" in the gang rape and murder of the paramedical student and sentenced him for three years in a reformatory.
One of the five men arrested in connection with the attack committed suicide in prison in March, while the teenager was sentenced to three years in a reformatory last month, the maximum sentence that be given to juveniles under Indian law.