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HOCHands of Christ
HOCHouse of Commons
HOCHigher-Order Component (computer programming)
HOCHeart of Camden (New Jersey)
HOCHospital Outpatient Clinic
HOCHead of the Caudate (neurochemicals)
HOCHouse of Councilors (Japan)
HOCHouse of Correction (various locations)
HOCHigh Oil Consumption
HOCHoly Orthodox Church
HOCHost Organizing Committee (various organizations)
HOCHome Ownership Center
HOCHellenic Olympic Committee
HOCHead of Chancery
HOCHuman Intelligence Operations Cell (US DoD)
HOCHospice of the Chesapeake (Laurel, MD)
HOCHome Owners Club (contractor resource)
HOCHigh Oil Corn (livestock)
HOCHumanists of Colorado (Denver, CO)
HOCHumanitarian Operations Center
HOCHouse of Communication (Germany)
HOCHistoric Oregon City (Oregon City, OR)
HOCHeroes of Cybertron (Transformers, gaming)
HOCHands-On Component
HOCHearing Officer Conference
HOCHome of Champions (monument; British Columbia, Canada)
HOCHeap of Crap
HOCHalogenated Organic Compound
HOCHelicopter Operations Coordinator
HOCHigh Off Contact
HOCHistory Of Coverage
HOCHome Owners Cover (insurance)
HOCHighest Outgoing Channel
HOCHomepage of Chemometrics
HOCHazardous Organic Constituents
HOCHydrophobic Organic Chemical
HOCHeadquarters Operations Company (Army specific)
HOCHalogenated Organic Carbon
HOCHand of Conviction (gaming, EverQuest)
HOCHigher Order Concern (writing)
HOCHead Of Component
HOCHerndon Optimist Club (Herndon, VA)
HOCHalf Operational Capability
HOCHouse of Clairice
HOCHybrid Operational Control
HOCHurricane Operations Center
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34) Offenders were then brought before the Justices and either prosecuted by indictment, committed to a house of correction, or asked to enter into a recognizance, depending upon the circumstances.
A House of Correction is at the Liverpool Everyman from Thursday for three nights.
Charges brought by the Worcester County House of Correction.
Violators who refused to pay the penalty or who were too poor to do so were to be sentenced to one to three months' hard labor at the local house of correction.
1318, Worcester, larceny over $250, guilty, six months in the House of Correction, credit for time served; resisting arrest, guilty, six months in the House of Correction, concurrent.
He was sentenced to three concurrent terms of 2 years in the House of Correction after pleading guilty to two counts of assault and battery and resisting arrest.
Clinton, motor vehicle operator refusing to identify himself, guilty, filed; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense, guilty, one year in the House of Correction, concurrent with another case.