internee


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in·tern·ee

 (ĭn′tûr-nē′)
n.
One who is interned or confined, especially in wartime.

internee

(ˌɪntɜːˈniː)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect

in•tern•ee

(ˌɪn tɜrˈni)

n.
a person who is or has been interned.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.internee - a person who is interned; "the internees were enemy aliens and suspected terrorists"
captive, prisoner - a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
Translations

internee

[ˌɪntɜːˈniː] Nprisionero/a m/f de guerra (civil)

internee

[ˌɪntɜːrˈniː] ninterné(e) m/f

internee

nInternierte(r) mf

internee

[ˌɪntɜːˈniː] ninternato/a
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Tenders are invited for Construction of balance works of PG Gents & Ladies Hostel, UG ladies Hostel, Nursing Hostel and internee Hostel including internal & external Electrical, PHE, fire fighting, developments works etc.
Later on Managing Director NTDCL and DG HR gave away certificates and stipend of Rs 5000 to each internee.
Having read both reports with great interest, I came to the conclusion that the odds were much shorter that the archaeologists would be able to decide the age, sex, reason for death, diet, birthday, DNA, date of death and the name and address of the internee, than those for agreement on a sale of the Ricoh.
History always has the ability to repeat itself,'' Norman Mineta, a former Heart Mountain internee who served as U.
Commenting on the situation, Zeeshan Arif, an internee placed at Secretariat here, said the internees feel their future imperiled because of no hope for another job opportunity.
Police officials said Ahmad was an internee at the State Bank of Pakistan and resided at flat No 1111, City View Apartments in Saddar.
Responding to a petition filed by V Kamalaman internee of the Venkateshwara Homeopathic Medical College, Chennai, Justice K Venkatraman said, the college could not insist on a particular dress code.
At least you didn't give him any photos to keep or send anything mortifying over the Internee Consider this a short chapter in your long life, and put it behind you.
In 1988, President Reagan, calling the internments "a grave wrong," signed a reparations bill that provided a $20,000 payment for each surviving internee.
His move coincided with new allegations of torture from Martin Mubanga, another British internee.
A pertinent example of this is Hutchins' exchange with an internee, Gottlieb Ruff: