Definition of Reprieval. Meaning of Reprieval. Synonyms of Reprieval

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Definition of Reprieval

Reprieval
Reprieval Re*priev"al (r?-pr?v"al), n. Reprieve. --Overbury.

Meaning of Reprieval from wikipedia

- Reprieve may refer to: In criminal proceedings, the act of postponing the enforcement of a sentence, particularly a death sentence, to allow an appeal...
- The Reprieve (French: Le sursis) is a 1945 novel by Jean-Paul Sartre. It is the second part in the trilogy The Roads to Freedom. It concerns life in France...
- Reprieve is a nonprofit organization of international lawyers and investigators whose stated goal is to "fight for the victims of extreme human rights...
- Reprieve is the 15th studio album by singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco, released on August 8, 2006. Righteous Babe Records' website notes that only DiFranco's...
- the Death Warrant was signed, freely Confessed, which occasioned her Reprieval for sometime; and it was observable, This Woman had one Lock of Hair,...
- Moments of Reprieve is a book of autobiographical character studies/vignettes by Primo Levi. The book features fifteen character studies of people the...
- Death sentence with reprieve (simplified Chinese: 死刑缓期执行; traditional Chinese: 死刑緩期執行; pinyin: sǐxíng huǎnqī zhíxíng, abbr.: 死缓; Sǐhuǎn) is a criminal...
- Macclesfield Town, Macclesfield slipped to 24th and Stevenage were granted a reprieve from relegation. c In 36 games. Season truncated due to coronavirus Football...
- clear away the traces of the Vichy regime. Knowing that he would need to reprieve many of the 'economic collaborators'—such as police and civil servants...
- Reprieve from Paradise is a science fiction novel by American writer H. Chandler Elliott. It was published in 1955 by Gnome Press in an edition of 4,000...
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