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TRANSPORTATION, punishment. In the English law, this punishment is inflicted by virtue of sundry statutes; it was unknown to the common law. 2 H. Bl. 223. It is a part of the judgment or sentence of the court, that the party shall be transported or sent into exile. 1 Ch. Cr. Law, 789 to 796: Princ. of Pen. Law, c. 4 Sec. 2.

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In 1984, she assumed command of the 5th Transportation Company, 45th Support Group at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
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The goal of the Transportation Environmental Research Program (TERP) is to add to the understanding of transportation and environmental issues and to continue the exploration of those issues through continued research and development work.
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