made prisoner

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He was instantly made prisoner, and pulled from his horse by two or three of the banditti who crowded around him.
It appears that he got as far as Wara, the capital, where, according to some accounts, he was made prisoner, and, according to others, was put to death for having attempted to ascend a sacred mountain in the environs.
I defended myself to the last, wounded though I was, but at length, seeing that resistance was hopeless, and that the ambassador and all our followers were made prisoners, I put spurs to my horse and rode away as fast as I could, till the poor beast fell dead from a wound in his side.
After a deal of work among the Greek fishermen of the Upper Bay and rivers, where knives flashed at the beginning of trouble and men permitted themselves to be made prisoners only after a revolver was thrust in their faces, we hailed with delight an expedition to the Lower Bay against the Chinese shrimp-catchers.
A considerable part of them were made prisoners, and transported to the English colonies.
Yet the night of Granet's capture the village was shelled, and those who escaped were cut off and made prisoners.
We are also given some glimpses of the problems of the senior officers, many of whom, like the Brigadier, are made prisoner.
Abbas has made prisoner releases part of his campaign platform to encourage militants to lay down their arms.
Effectively, the whole battalion was killed, wounded, or made prisoner.
Included in the casualties were some 1,250 men who were captured, approximately a third of all Australians made prisoner during the war.
When Bill, who is a shade over 6ft, was made prisoner B59 he was 11stone 8lbs.