The cell was not a roomy one; still it was a little larger than an ordinary prison cell. It had a window of good size, iron-grated; a small stove; two wooden chairs; two oaken tables, very old and most elaborately carved with names, mottoes, faces, armorial bearings, etc.--the work of several generations of imprisoned students; and a narrow wooden bedstead with a villainous straw mattress, but no sheets, pillows, blankets, or coverlets--for these the student must furnish at his own cost if he wants them.
There were two prison cells, and neither had space left on walls or ceiling for another name or portrait or picture.
The love that had brought hope and comfort in the hour of despair, the love that had found its way to the dark prison cell
and to poor Hetty's darker soul--this strong gentle love was to be Adam's companion and helper till death.
He was overjoyed at seeing me, and to know the meaning of the fight, faint echoes of which had reached his prison cell
. He told me that the air patrol had captured him before he reached the high tower of the palace, so that he had not even seen Sab Than.
Having thus satisfactorily arranged this important duty for Helium, I started the following day for the Valley Dor that I might remain close to the Temple of the Sun until the fateful day that should see the opening of the prison cell
where my lost love lay buried.
It was one of those spectres, half light, half shadow, such as one beholds in dreams and in the extraordinary work of Goya, pale, motionless, sinister, crouching over a tomb, or leaning against the grating of a prison cell
At the time, this was the unsolved problem of wireless telegraphy--as it still is to-day--but Emil Gluck, in his prison cell
, mastered it.
Thus I continued through several of the chambers until in the last one I found a young red Martian boy sleeping upon the stone bench which constituted the only furniture of any of the prison cells
They struck, but no one was permitted to strike back, for behind them were the prison cells and the clubs of the stupid policemen--paid and professional fighters and beaters-up of men.
Often, from his high seat, he had listened indulgently to police court perjuries in cooked-up cases; but for the first time perjury was directed against him, and he no longer sat above the court, with the bailiffs, the Policemen's clubs, and the prison cells behind him.
According to details, Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir presided over the hearing of the applications of both PPP leaders for provision of facilities in their prison cell
Summary: Islamabad [Pakistan], Aug 10 (ANI): Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif continues to have an air conditioner and television among other facilities in his prison cell
, as recommended by his medical board, the provincial government of Punjab said on Saturday.