conjugal visit

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conjugal visit

n.
A private but controlled visit between a prisoner and spouse to engage in sexual relations.
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The Mirror reportsthe pair have been writing to one another for a year and have yet to meet, although Miss Smith has reportedly looked into whether conjugal visits are allowed in the UK.
This was a complete turnaround from his earlier remark when he said that he was willing to be jailed for the alleged extrajudicial killings if there would be an 'unlimited' conjugal visits.
President Duterte is ready to be sent to prison over alleged extrajudicial killings if he is given a "comfortable cell" and "unlimited" conjugal visits.
Host Richard Madeley began the debate by putting it to Cody that in the same way prisoners are not allowed to go to the circus, and they're not allowed to have conjugal visits - they're also not allowed to father children.
He suggested twiceyearly conjugal visits or to achieve fatherhood by "artificial means".
Denied conjugal visits with his wife, Salah had to think outside the box.
They have regular conjugal visits yet Elena does not fear for her safety, even though Tkach has access to kitchen knives in the apartment they use.
It will have character building and reformation centre for criminals besides visitor rooms, investigation rooms, special courtrooms and rooms for conjugal visits.
Plans for the jail include a host of facilities such as visitor rooms, investigation rooms, special courtrooms as well as rooms for conjugal visits. Unlike other jails in and around the country, they will have separate sections for housing under-trial inmates.
The court ruling will grant inmates in two Oman prisons the right to times of intimacy with their spouses without the fear of being watched (Shutterstock) DUBAI: An Omani court has ruled that inmates at two prisons can have conjugal visits from their spouses in a historic decision, national daily Times of Oman reported.
by Times News ServiceLegalising conjugal visits in Oman was immensely important, according to Dr.