IHL

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AcronymDefinition
IHLI Have Lost
IHLInternational Hockey League
IHLInternational Humanitarian Law
IHLInstitutions of Higher Learning
IHLInternet Header Length
IHLInternational House of Logorrhea
IHLImprisonment with Hard Labour
IHLInteractive Hidden Line
IHLIdiopathic Hearing Loss
IHLI Hate Life
IHLIdiopathic Hepatic Lipidosis
IHLIntelligence Handover Line
IHLInternational Homeopathic League
IHLInternational Handgun Leather (Phoenix, AZ)
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Another tells of Dorcas Mary Snell, 45, who was sentenced to five years of imprisonment with hard labour in 1883 for the theft of a single piece of bacon, although she was paroled two years later.
Women and young girls featured in the records include Mary Richards, who was jailed for five years in 1880 at the age 59 for stealing 130 oysters valued at eight shillings; Elizabeth Murphy, 19, sentenced to five years of hard labour in 1884 and seven years of police supervision for stealing an umbrella; and Dorcas Mary Snell, 45, who was sentenced to five years of imprisonment with hard labour in 1883 for the theft of a single piece of bacon, although she was paroled two years later.
I was then sent before a closed door military court, which took 15 minutes to announce my four years imprisonment with hard labour.
The court said it found them guilty after examining documents, pictures and video tape evidence presented by the prosecution and after the accused failed to exercise their right to defence Those that escaped the death sentence were handed prison terms ranging between five years to life imprisonment with hard labour. (ST)
The bench sentenced him to three months imprisonment with hard labour." The archive will be online in a new internet archive of more than two million pages from 49 national and regional titles in the UK.
The bench sentenced him to three months imprisonment with hard labour." And it is not just the day-to-day life in the bustling heart of the British Empire's industrial machine that is available, but the paper's take on pivotal moments in history such as William Gladstone's first general election victory where he snatched power from his great rival Benjamin Disraeli in 1868.
While Captain Gillibee suffered the ignominy of a dishonourable discharge, Annie was sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labour.
They were sentenced, together with four others, to 20 years imprisonment with hard labour.
Barry sentenced the two men to six years' imprisonment with hard labour, and Ellen Kelly to three years' imprisonment, also with hard labour.
On 10 July, he was sentenced to imprisonment with hard labour for two years for these offences.
In July 1890, for example, twenty-year-old George Smith of Pendleton, Salford, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment with hard labour for unlawfully wounding Patrick Cooney.
Penal servitude in theory meant long imprisonment with hard labour. Convict labour included dock and harbour construction, which was carried out at Chatham and Portland.