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DEPRIVATION, ecclesiastical Punishment. A censure by which a clergyman is deprived of his parsonage, vicarage, or other ecclesiastical promotion or dignity. Vide Ayliffe's Parerg. 206; 1 Bl. Com. 393.

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Critics of this theory, and I count myself among them, point out that current control unit conditions are hardly anything like a sensory deprivation chamber.
Sensory deprivation in an immersion tank for an hour followed by a full body massage and then watching the sun set over the Haleakala valley.
Lichenstein and his colleagues noted two likely phenomena associated with these injuries and deaths: distraction and sensory deprivation.
But the grim reality of the arrival of a little 'un is a perfect storm of sleepless nights, sensory deprivation akin to torture and, unless you are lounging about on benefits, financial misery.
of sleep, subjected to sensory deprivation and threatened with execution at
BRITISH military interrogators are being trained in techniques including sensory deprivation and enforced nakedness to provoke humiliation and fear in prisoners they are questioning, it was claimed today.
The British military has been training interrogators in techniques that include threats, sensory deprivation and enforced nakedness in an apparent breach of the Geneva conventions," the Guardian said on Tuesday.
Foundation Diploma students used the theme of sensory deprivation to present their own innovations in style and creativity.
He begins by specifying a set of practices that are widely acknowledged to constitute such torture: isolation, psychological debilitation, spatial disorientation, sensory deprivation, sensory assault, induced desperation, threats, feral treatment, sexual humiliation, desecration, and pharmaceutical manipulation.
They also found that there is a large degree of overlap among the different explanations that have been proposed, which include phantom-limb syndrome and release hallucinations, sensory deprivation, creating consistency, perceptual release, irritative hallucinations, and senescence.
Mohamed alleges that the torture he suffered in Morocco included sexual mutilation, having chemicals poured onto his wounds, and being subjected to mind-altering drugs and sensory deprivation.
By contrast, torture lite supposedly attacks only (or, at least, primarily) the victim's psychological life through such techniques as sleep and sensory deprivation, stress positions, sexual humiliations, forced nakedness, and exposure to extreme shifts of temperature.