stone cell


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stone cell

[′stōn ‚sel]
(botany)
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Arrested for murder, he undergoes the usual indignities of foreign movie jail: brutal guards, bad food, cold stone cell.
The terror-stricken fans were then driven down side streets to a small police station, where they were placed in a cold, stone cell.
The public will be able to step into the dark stone cells in the bowels of Carrickfergus Castle, Co Antrim, where for centuries prisoners were held captive and even tortured.
The next few nights were spent in stone cells, approximately 8ft by 6ft, sleeping on piles of blankets.
STRIPPED them of their uniforms, manhandled them and half-starved them; LOCKED them up alone in tiny stone cells for days at a time, with little food and no contact with each other;