prison sentenceI ended up with a two-year prison sentence with another nine months suspended.
each sentenceAtomism, opposed to holism, holds that each sentence has its own meaning, which it can carry about with it from theory to theory.
last sentenceThe expression "miscarriage of justice" in the last sentence
sentence imposedNB: A sentence imposed by a court outside Great Britain shall betreated as a sentence most nearly corresponding with a Great Britain sentence.
jail sentenceHe is serving a 10-year jail sentence.
mandatory life sentenceA later example can be found in the proposal to substitute discretionary sentences (including life imprisonment) for the mandatory life sentence in cases of murder.
sentence of deathHe was rewarded for this and more with a Bulgarian sentence of death and a British MBE.
second sentenceThe it in the second sentence refers back to the ball .
sentence would haveThe correct sentence would have been nine months' detention in a young offender institution, and that sentence would be substituted.
custodial sentence‘Housebreaking on this scale merits nothing else than a custodial sentence.
first sentenceA difficulty of paraphrase arises even in the first sentence "Who are the characters?"
sentence doesHer sister Carole Calf, of Accrington, Lancashire, said: ‘The sentence does seem lenient.
sentence passedThe court ruled that the case against Harte had not been "conclusively or legally proven" and quashed the 18-year sentence passed against him on April 2 [see p. 38157].
sentence beingAlthough in this last case we should note that it is much harder to talk of the sentence being ‘wrong’; there are circumstances when people validly violate semantic norms, as we shall see.