Before the full sentence was carried into execution, he was taken into a small room adjoining the court.
Ann, I will duck you the full sentence if you don't hold your peace.
Instead, however, of one or two, it was many years before the full sentence was remitted.
The full sentence for high treason, for example, provided him with much more occupation.
On the other hand, no full sentence really completes a thought.
The obdurate malefactors serve out their full sentence, as they would in state's prison.
This was the last word, the full sentence of divorce; she, now a common woman, had no right to stand where she stood.
The annexed table indicates that the full sentence was sparingly executed.
A full sentence or period, as it is called, must therefore have: 1.
I stopped again, because the nurse was probably as esper as I was and required a full sentence to get the thought behind it.