Prepositions after "imprison"

"imprison for" or "imprison in"?

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    In 42% of cases imprison for is used
    He was imprisoned for debt in 1824 in the Marshalsea Debtor's Prison.
    He was arrested elsewhere, and two days later imprisoned for 28 days.
    Power to release persons imprisoned for failing to give security 124.
    Fred was later imprisoned for debt and spent the last years of his life an alcoholic.
    Robert had been imprisoned for three days when his brother-in-law arrived to help him.
    He was imprisoned for two years from 1972 to 1974 for apposing the break up of Pakistan.
    Those propagating FGM/C and operating places where it is committed will also be punished and repeat offenders imprisoned for life.
    According to media reports, Anthony Graves, a Texas man, was imprisoned for 18 years for crimes he did not commit (CBS News, June 22, 2011).
    When he tried smuggling himself across the southern Lebanese border to see her, he was imprisoned for forty days, during which time she died.
    If your dog seriously injures someone or kills any protected wildlife, you can be imprisoned for up to three years or fined up to $20,000, or both.

    In 21% of cases imprison in is used
    A young warrior imprisoned in light Chernoy Citadel, where he was.
    Too many artists have been killed, attacked or imprisoned in recent years.
    General Fonseka is not deserved to imprisoned in a gulag with out fresh air or sun shine.
    Despite trying meditation, prayer and spiritual study he was still imprisoned in the past.
    Matthew Wren, who was by this time the Bishop of Ely, was imprisoned in the Tower of London for eighteen years.
    That we'd been imprisoned in our shame for too long and that seeing real images of other women was our key to freedom.
    Here they were imprisoned in one of fifteen underground chambers and resold and transported to other parts of the world.
    That's why, of course, she's right for this Snow White, imprisoned in a tower during puberty and with no regard for her looks.
    Houdini would allow himself to be handcuffed, padlocked in chains, imprisoned in straightjackets, water tanks, sacks and steel boxes.

    In 15% of cases imprison by is used
    I felt imprisoned by the baby gates that barricaded me on the main floor.
    A Jugantar party stalwart and imprisoned by the British rulers several times.
    Gary David (Jhong Hilario) is finally imprisoned by Alvira Del Valle (Dimples Romana).
    Even MR, Vijaya were behind bars in smely cells when they were imprisoned by the then governments.
    It is quite possible that he could have been killed in a bank robbery or imprisoned by the Okhrana.
    Pifher survived the battle but was imprisoned by the Japanese?? an experience he will never forget.
    Blacks live in poverty; rich whites live in luxurious but barricaded farmhouses, imprisoned by their paranoia.
    He had been deposed and imprisoned by his own cruel and undutiful son, who resigned only for a year and a half.
    He was imprisoned by Zia-ul-Haq for a period of 11 months for launching a movement against him in the year 1983.
    imprisoned by societal norms and constraints, the dawn of Electricity becomes both a symbol for change and the embodiment of hope.

    In 6% of cases imprison on is used
    I was imprisoned on false charges.
    After a very long search, Hanuman found Sita imprisoned on an island.
    It opens with the news that Duncan Lindgard has been imprisoned on the charge of murdering a man called Jespersen.
    Numerous members of the Beta Israel were imprisoned on fabricated charges of being? Zionist spies,? and Jewish religious leaders, Kesim, (sing.
    Glenn, did you ever read the article penned by the teenage daughter of the Chicago professor imprisoned on similar charges? Talk about out of the mouths of babes.

    In 3% of cases imprison during is used
    He was imprisoned during 1972-78.
    For her anti-militarist struggle she was imprisoned during the First World War.
    The Indian leaders were being continuously imprisoned during the course of their struggle for independence.

    In 2% of cases imprison as is used
    He was imprisoned as a dissident.
    But they were happy the five-judge panel said he could NOT be kept imprisoned as a coercive order until he purged his contempt.

    In 2% of cases imprison at is used
    In 1944, she breathed her last while imprisoned at Aga Khan Palace in Pune.
    She is imprisoned at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, her prison ID is 90584-111.
    It is said some of the suspects in the murder were arrested and imprisoned at the Kamiti Maximum Prison.

    In 2% of cases imprison under is used
    Two Westerners cautiously make their way to the attic home of the Wurmbrands to see if the stories of Christians being imprisoned under communism are true.

    In 1% of cases imprison like is used
    imprisoned like his comrades for several years.

    In 1% of cases imprison from is used
    imprisoned from 1923 to 1927 and again from 1930 to 1946.

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