reimprison

reimprison


Past participle: reimprisoned
Gerund: reimprisoning

Imperative
reimprison
reimprison
Present
I reimprison
you reimprison
he/she/it reimprisons
we reimprison
you reimprison
they reimprison
Preterite
I reimprisoned
you reimprisoned
he/she/it reimprisoned
we reimprisoned
you reimprisoned
they reimprisoned
Present Continuous
I am reimprisoning
you are reimprisoning
he/she/it is reimprisoning
we are reimprisoning
you are reimprisoning
they are reimprisoning
Present Perfect
I have reimprisoned
you have reimprisoned
he/she/it has reimprisoned
we have reimprisoned
you have reimprisoned
they have reimprisoned
Past Continuous
I was reimprisoning
you were reimprisoning
he/she/it was reimprisoning
we were reimprisoning
you were reimprisoning
they were reimprisoning
Past Perfect
I had reimprisoned
you had reimprisoned
he/she/it had reimprisoned
we had reimprisoned
you had reimprisoned
they had reimprisoned
Future
I will reimprison
you will reimprison
he/she/it will reimprison
we will reimprison
you will reimprison
they will reimprison
Future Perfect
I will have reimprisoned
you will have reimprisoned
he/she/it will have reimprisoned
we will have reimprisoned
you will have reimprisoned
they will have reimprisoned
Future Continuous
I will be reimprisoning
you will be reimprisoning
he/she/it will be reimprisoning
we will be reimprisoning
you will be reimprisoning
they will be reimprisoning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reimprisoning
you have been reimprisoning
he/she/it has been reimprisoning
we have been reimprisoning
you have been reimprisoning
they have been reimprisoning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reimprisoning
you will have been reimprisoning
he/she/it will have been reimprisoning
we will have been reimprisoning
you will have been reimprisoning
they will have been reimprisoning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reimprisoning
you had been reimprisoning
he/she/it had been reimprisoning
we had been reimprisoning
you had been reimprisoning
they had been reimprisoning
Conditional
I would reimprison
you would reimprison
he/she/it would reimprison
we would reimprison
you would reimprison
they would reimprison
Past Conditional
I would have reimprisoned
you would have reimprisoned
he/she/it would have reimprisoned
we would have reimprisoned
you would have reimprisoned
they would have reimprisoned
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References in classic literature ?
When Bunyan had been in prison for six years he was set free, but as he at once began to preach he was immediately seized and reimprisoned. He remained shut up for six years longer.
The Versailles settlement that followed it failed to reimprison them.
(81) To reimprison and exile Tsybulenko once again to eastern Siberia would be, his supporters averred, to repudiate the value of his services not merely to the state and sovereign but, more important, to the Russian people in their desire to establish themselves as a great maritime nation and to vigorously pursue their commercial, scientific, and civilizing interests in Siberia.
As an allegory for the relationship between women of color and white feminism of the kind embodied by" Gilman, this is quite telling: the narrator rescues the woman in the paper only to reimprison her in a new way.
Only after K has outrun this attempt to reimprison him within the confines of narrative is he free to imagine, at the moment of death, the disclosure of his secret life to a fellow tramp, a life that has been lived in memory of the hope of a day in which it would truly be possible to live.
As one scholar put it: The fundamental question, then, is whether a society in which the state has the power to summarily reimprison several million conditional releasees without a meaningful hearing is one that is compatible with civilized norms of democracy and equal citizenship and is justifiable on policy grounds.
Ultimately, an Arendtian might argue, it threatens to reimprison human beings in the very existential "solidity" that theatrical politics (with its luminous sense of boundlessness, unpredictability, and irreversibility) is, in the first place, an attempt to overcome.
Indeed, he identifies it as "probably the only reason" he hasn't been reimprisoned. The Maori approach, or "whole Maori vibe", is shaped as strikingly different to working with criminal justice institutions, which is "a chore." He builds an account of reciprocal relationships; the Maori service provider is "relaxed" and supportive toward him, so he in turn responds positively and feels "comfortable" with them.
The report noted that within three years of release 49.7% of inmates were reimprisoned and this grew to 55.1% within five years of release.
Whatever multiplicities blossomed in Egypt in the early months of 2011 have since been rounded up and reimprisoned within unities.
This coupling of heterotopia's meanings also parallels and underscores what Sylvia Wynter referred to in her influential essay "On How We Mistook the Map for the Territory, and Reimprisoned Ourselves in Our Unbearable Wrongness of Being of Desetre: Black Studies Toward the Human Project" as black studies' dilemma.