Prepositions after "incarcerate"
"incarcerate for" or "incarcerate in"?
|In 37% of cases incarcerate for is used|
|He was incarcerated for four years.|
|Hitler's laws set time limits that Germans could be incarcerated for e.|
|Although incarcerated for many years, Nelson Mandela, along with others such as Desmond Tutu, was a man of his times.|
|He was thereafter, at the slightest opportunity, incarcerated for several days even for minor offences that did not warrant detention.|
|Furthermore, the amount of individuals incarcerated for drug related crimes would decrease thus lessening the costs of prison related expenditures.|
|Church leaders in Eritrea told Open Doors that by mid-December, a total of 2,891 Christians, including 101 women, had been incarcerated for their faith.|
|The Newsweek article notes Justice Department officials provided the reporter a list of seven individuals who have been incarcerated for violating sanctions.|
|The new remandees will in all probability be incarcerated for many years before being brought to trial and may not even get the opportunity to be charged in front of a magistrate.|
|In 30% of cases incarcerate in is used|
|I don't mean those incarcerated in detention, nor those processed.|
|According to Odhikar there were 2,402 women incarcerated in prisons.|
|The detainees incarcerated in it were often left for days without food or drinking water.|
|I was incarcerated in civilian facilities and returned to the military where I had a court proceeding in which I set a precedent about racism.|
|I can not really bring myself to call this justice because if there was even a smidgeon of justice then Tony Martin would not have been incarcerated in the first place.|
|I've a slight edge here - I've spent (short) time incarcerated in the US system and I also took time out to spend with volunteers visiting one of the tougher London establishments.|
|In 9% of cases incarcerate at is used|
|I refer to those who have lost their homeland, and are incarcerated at alarming rates within Australia.|
|It was reported that black non-Hispanic males are incarcerated at a rate more than six times that of white non-Hispanic males (World Report 2011: United States, www.|
|In 5% of cases incarcerate by is used|
|During the days of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto when Khan Ghaffar Khan was incarcerated by him, he dubbed Bhutto the worst dictator.|
|In 2% of cases incarcerate from is used|
|He was again incarcerated from 1931-38 and then again from 1942-46.|
|In 2% of cases incarcerate since is used|
|Al-Sherif had been incarcerated since May 21 after posting an internet video of her driving as part of the efforts for next month's protest.|
|In 2% of cases incarcerate with is used|
|The law requires that juveniles be detained separately from adults, but in practice many juveniles were incarcerated with adults.|
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