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' An inmate must leave the correction centre, a better person, an abused and brutalized inmate is a threat to the society and a bad social missile that should not be allowed to happen.
Gray was simply invited by police following claims that in his presence, his aide had brutalized a businessman.
He had come to show solidarity with those brutalized by the law enforcement agencies in the Model Town and added that he didn't want people to describe him as a tyrant for remaining tight-lipped over such issues.
Mary is brutalized by her new owners and runs away.
At the trial, as Castro sat in a bright orange prison jumpsuit, it emerged that they were brutalized, sometimes chained up and kept in abysmal conditions.
"Anita Perry, campaigning for husband Rick Perry in South Carolina, suggests he's been 'brutalized' by the media and the GOP because of his faith.
Dictators and oppressive governments in the Middle East and around the world are now far more fearful of the people they have brutalized and stolen money and futures from.
When MaryAnn, a counselor for battered women, dares to venture into South America to offer guidance to a brutalized young woman, she walks unawares into a remorseless trap--Manolito waits to ensnare her with seductive, predatory power.
In today's institutions, truth has been brutalized. Profit has become our primary virtue.
In an escalation of the battle with the American people over whether to enforce our immigration laws, both agents have been brutalized by the legal system and their lives and families are to be sacrificed.
An innocent student who had only wanted to sample the West's modern bounty, the brutalized Hassan now wishes to terrorize those who terrorized him.
Warlords, including some of the same individuals who brutalized the populace before the Taliban took over, now exercise power in many provinces.