They voted to imprison people convicted of being gay for two years and six months.
It was ‘us vs. them,’ and ‘we need to kill or imprison them all.’
Technology, abetted by social media, threatens to imprison everyone in a solipsistic bubble.
Why did it take so long to imprison the men responsible for this terrible crime?
Elsewhere, she tells her inamorata, “It does not matter if you elude my arms/my dear, when thought alone can imprison you.”
imprison him as a criminal, and I affirm to you that he will be lost.
I should not advise you to imprison them together—they would fight.
You began to imprison your nobles, in order to fill your rooms with their wives and daughters, but of this also you have tired.
A duke can not presume to imprison a king; that duty belongs to an emperor.
The Judge and Jury were of opinion that he had no right to beat or imprison the negro.