reclusion


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re·clu·sion

 (rĭ-klo͞o′zhən)
n.
1. The condition of being a recluse.
2. Punishment involving civil degradation (as in the loss of the right to own property) and incarceration with hard labor.

re•clu•sion

(rɪˈklu ʒən)

n.
the act of going or putting into seclusion or the state of being secluded or solitary.

reclusion

the state of living apart from society, like a hermit. — recluse, n. — reclusive, adj.
See also: Self, Society
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reclusion

noun
The act of secluding or the state of being secluded:
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reclusion

[rɪˈkluːʒən] Nreclusión f, soledad f
References in classic literature ?
David: we could no doubt find some men of the Covenant who would swear to your reclusion; but once they were in the box, we could no longer check their testimony, and some word of your friend Mr.
Michaelis pursued his idea - THE idea of his solitary reclusion - the thought vouchsafed to his captivity and growing like a faith revealed in visions.
Despite the multiple sentences of reclusion perpetua, the maximum imprisonment is still limited to 40 years
Nine reclusion perpetua sentences, each equivalent to 40 years, to the layman would mean 360 years in prison for a convict receiving that penalty.
The possible release of Sanchez, who was sentenced to seven reclusion perpetua, drew public attention on the GCTA implementation.
Tanto has been sentenced to reclusion perpetua, or from 20 to 40 years in prison.
found Vhon Martin Tanto guilty beyond reasonable doubt of the crime of murder and sentenced to reclusion perpetua (20 to 40 years) for the death of Mark Vicente Garalde.
187, which seeks to impose qualified reclusion perpetua or life imprisonment on extraordinary heinous crimes, such as drug cases and plunder.
Their topics include the beginnings and early development of Lubeck's central settlement, the earliest use of brickwork in Lubeck's secular building: new findings of the excavations 2009-14, between reclusion and integration: monasteries and convents in medieval Lubeck, Hermen Rode: the painter of medieval Lubeck and his art production, and Lubeck's confraternities.