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1 He was held incommunicado in prison for ten days before being released without charge.
2 His secretary says he will be incommunicado for the rest of the day.
3 Yesterday she was incommunicado, putting the finishing touches to her autobiography.
4 She spent her fortieth birthday incommunicado, in Scotland.
5 The prisoner has been held incommunicado for more than a week.
6 He is reportedly being held incommunicado at a military prison.
7 He was held incommunicado for the first 48 hours after he was arrested.
8 After he had been held incommunicado for a month his family were allowed to visit him and found him in good health.
9 The two men were held in military custody, incommunicado, for some time and are believed to have been ill-treated.
10 Theprisoner was held incommunicado.
11 The prisoners have been held incommunicado for eighteen years.
12 He has been held incommunicado since then,[sentencedict.com] putting him at risk of torture and other ill-treatment .
13 The Saudi Arabian authorities regularly hold detainees incommunicado , at which time they are at risk of being tortured and otherwise ill-treated.
14 The alleged abuses include holding people incommunicado and extracting confessions through torture, Nowak said.
15 The Saudi Arabian authorities regularly hold detainees incommunicado, when they are frequently tortured and otherwise ill - treated.
16 He is incommunicado in a secluded cottage in Wales.
17 When Findlay arrived at the police station the superintendent ordered that he be held incommunicado.
18 Many are held for months or years in administrative or pretrial detention,(www.Sentencedict.com) usually incommunicado.
19 Mr. Liu's wife Liu Xia has been under house arrest and incommunicado since mid-October 2010.
20 Drug trafficking operations often frustrated, yellow frame - based Bureau Lebanon, Lebanon in to be incommunicado detention.
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