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- Prison or penitentiary, is a correctional facility. Penitentiary may also refer to: Apostolic Penitentiary, a tribunal of mercy, responsible for issues...
- of Prisons cl****ifies prisons into several categories: United States Penitentiaries Federal correctional institutions Private correctional institutions...
- State Penitentiary or State Pen may refer to one of various active and former penitentiaries within the United States: Anamosa State Penitentiary in Anamosa...
- time spent at Lorton, a D.C. penitentiary. Although the D.C. Blacks are one of the largest prison gangs within penitentiaries, they are small compared to...
- offender po****tion. Dorchester Penitentiary recently installed a wind turbine, making it just one of two federal penitentiaries in Canada with such a device...
- historical records as well as those of other Canadian penitentiaries, and provides the only penitentiary research service in Canada. The museum is located...
- Penitentiary II is a 1982 American Blaxploitation drama film, directed by Jamaa Fanaka. Released on April 2, 1982, the film is the sequel to 1979's Penitentiary...
- of criminal but has had a good effect upon discipline in our other penitentiaries also. No serious disturbance of any kind has been reported during the...
- The Eastern State Penitentiary, also known as ESP, is a former American prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is located at 2027 Fairmount Avenue between...
- (1383–89) and Pierre Girard (1394–1408) During the Council of Pisa penitentiaries originated from both obediences (Roman and Avignon) retained their posts...
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