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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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I won't recommend that my patients spend money on sensory deprivation tanks until there have been more large-scale and high-quality studies to support their use as a medical therapy.
54%, while meridional and sensory deprivation types of amblyopia were 9.
One longstanding opponent of long-term segregation, who also frequently appeared as an expert in suits against control unit prisons, referred to sensory deprivation as "toxic" to brain functioning and a cause of stupor and delirium in segregated prisoners.
They're kind of in little sensory deprivation chambers," he said.
AROUND 30 kittens were put down after having their eyelids sewn shut for an experiment on sensory deprivation at Cardiff University.
I didn't feel it at many of the sites I've already visited and, if anything, the intensity of the security presence at places like the Neue Synagogue, the Leo Baeck House, and Adass Jisroel, evoked a kind of sensory deprivation from the latent nerves.
Supposedly, they stripped away the riches of medieval Christianity and enforced sensory deprivation on the Church.
It affirmed the notion that states of consciousness altered by drugs, sensory deprivation, sweat lodges, and other methods might tune people in to otherwise hidden truths of the universe.
But Hribal's book is less an account of animal abuse than it is an attempt to understand how these animals respond to years of captivity, sensory deprivation, and stress.
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
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.