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to enclose so as to hinder or prohibit escape

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confine as if in a prison

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Andrew Wagg, 28, and Louise Taylor, 34, have been suspended by West Midlands Police following allegations of "unlawfully and injuriously imprisoning a man and detaining him against his will".
A CHILDREN'S charity has warned imprisoning young offenders "does more harm than good" after new figures revealed 35 children aged 14 and under were locked up in Wales last year.
He is charged with falsely imprisoning and murderingMr Owen, falsely imprisoning and raping a woman and falsely imprisoning a further man all on the same date.
The court convicted the 58-year-old man of imprisoning his family and of assaulting his wife and one of the children.
Bibi was found guilty this week of falsely imprisoning Nisbah and daughters-in-law Nagina and Tazeem.
A 63-year-old woman was convicted yesterday of falsely imprisoning the three daughters-in-law she treated as "slaves and dogs".
He is also facing charges of rape and falsely imprisoning Elisabeth and three of her surviving children.
LONDON: Former Culture Club singer BOY GEORGE will stand trial in February charged with falsely imprisoning a male escort by chaining him to a wall, a court ruled yesterday.
All the facts show that we are not serving women, the community or children well by imprisoning women by the numbers that we do.
Boy George was sent for trial yesterday accused of falsely imprisoning a male escort by chaining him to a wall.
THE former manager of a Midland care home has been accused of falsely imprisoning one of its disabled patients.
Now, in his Journals: 1949-1965 (Knopf), Fowles reveals part of the inspiration behind it: "my lifelong fantasy of imprisoning a girl underground.
According to Rita Wong, of DARE, an organization lobbying for their release, the women were jailed, "due to Immigration's undemocratic policy of imprisoning them based on racial group profiling," she says.
Before departing the United States for two days of jumps with members of the Burmese military--which has a documented history of enslaving, imprisoning, and executing civilians, particularly those with democratic tendencies--Heyerman asked Jadin for a letter of introduction to Rangoon's mayor.
Never mind the tremendous losses suffered by investors, creditors and workers, or the opportunity costs squandered by imprisoning business travelers in canisters of aluminum and steel and flying them circuitously through constipated hubs, or that we Americans now fly the oldest fleet of aircraft of any G-7 nation, or that bankruptcies and concentration are growing.