Noun(1) a promise(2) a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group(3) (law
Verb(1) release a criminal from detention and place him on parole
(1) Also impacting on the timing issue is the system of potential release on parole after one third of the sentence and mandatory release at two thirds.(2) The earliest he could have been released on parole was in June 1976, some 15 months later.(3) I continually move between langue and parole , between the oral and the written, and vice versa.(4) The Canadian public has recently seen several shocking crimes perpetrated by prisoners out on parole .(5) Now we still in most cases, fix a sentence, and then fix another term which the person must serve before they can be released on parole .(6) The sign emerges at the conjunction of the signified and the signifier, both of which are in parole , or a language's concrete properties.(7) Over the years, Billie has gained insight into the reasons why prisoners released on parole so often fail and end up back in prison.(8) Yes, I am concerned about offenders who reoffend, whether they have been released on parole or have finished their sentence.(9) In either event, your Honour, the applicant would be eligible for immediate release, not on parole .(10) Most important is Saussure's distinction between langue and parole .(11) Even in such cases, however, the task of the Parole Board is the same as in any other case: to assess the risk that the particular prisoner if released on parole , will offend again.(12) Among those women who were on parole or conditional release, drug treatment served a similar ├ö├ç├┐diversion├ö├ç├û goal.(13) The task of linguistics is to reconstruct the underlying system of a language that makes possible the speech events or parole .(14) In truth, as the respondent submitted, it was the prisoner's conduct before and not as the result of allocation which was likely to be a factor which would affect the prospect of release on parole .(15) he committed a burglary while on parole(16) a good many French officers had been living on parole in Melrose
(1) parole officer :: 保護観察官
1. word ::
2. word of honor ::
Different Formsparole, paroled, parolees, paroles, paroling
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