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"I sentence you to not less than 30 years and not more than 60 years," Cleland said.
And, after acknowledging that he was talking to a 68-year-old man, Judge Cleland announced his decision.
Later that day, Judge Cleland warned the panel that they will be sequestered when they begin deliberations.Jerry Sandusky Trial, Day Five: Sandusky’s Defense Flails
June 18, 2012
Colonel Cleland, Lieutenant Mackenzie, and seven of the troopers were wounded.For Name and Fame</p>
G. A. Henty
"Zounds, Cleland, you got the worst of it there," cried a gentleman in a flaxen wig.Devereux, Complete
It appears in the arms of Cleland, and also in the crest of Shakerley, Bart.A Complete Guide to Heraldry
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
Dr. Cleland was a member of the Institute of France, and other scientific bodies.Western Worthies
J. Stephen Jeans
Cleland alone, in his Institution of a Nobleman , had treated it seriously.