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a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment

a prisonlike situation

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The children peered into the windows of the bighouse, the still unlit torches resting on their bony shoulders.
Bighouse and Houck (1993) compared the emissions produced by different manufactured fuels and cordwood (firewood), as well as the effects of different combustion devices (uncertified woodstove, EPA Phase 2 certified woodstove, masonry fireplace, and freestanding fireplace).
2) Ameristep's Bighouse TSC measures 72X72X84 inches, making it the largest "hub" style blind on the market.
2) Ameristep's Bighouse TSC measures 72x72xB4 inches, making it the largest "hub" style blind on the market.
Our right to self-government is enshrined in the Constitution and no referendum can take that away from us," she said before a crowd of more than 200 cheering supporters outside the Songhees bighouse.
Bighouse Gaines from Winston-Salem came looking for me, but he was one-day late.
It its not stated and need not be assumed, after all, that Eumaeus and his labourers would have eaten meat every day: such men as they, none the less, were ideally placed to sacrifice on special occasions any piglets whose existence had not yet been noted at the bighouse, and this they are shown apologetically doing.