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When James V finally managed to escape from the custody of the regents with the aid of his redoubtable mother in 1528, he once again set about subduing the rebellious Highlands, Western and Northern isles, as his father had had to do.
When a person is arrested and taken into police custody, they have been seized ( e. g., a reasonable person who is handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car would not think they were free to leave ).
" When participants were released from custody hours later, they were pelted by eggs and shouted at by protesters who had been waiting.
When Ms. McLean died in 1947, she bequeathed the diamond to her grandchildren through a will which insisted that her former property would remain in the custody of trustees until the eldest child had reached 25 years of age.
When the Earl of Mar returned with James ’ s instructions that Anne join him in the Kingdom of England, she informed James by letter that she refused to do so unless allowed custody of Henry.
When asked, " Which parent should have custody of the child?
When Louis of Anjou escaped from English custody, John announced he had no choice but to return to captivity himself.
When a person dies in the custody of the legal authorities ( in police cells, or in prison ), an inquest must be held.
) When Schreiber was five, his parents divorced ; his mother won custody, and the two moved to a cold-water flat on the Lower East Side in Manhattan, New York City, where he was raised.
When taken into custody by George Augustus Robinson he was a " professional thief ".
Roger-Dora's father. A mobster who runs a successful drug ring selling cocaine. When Dora's mother tried to take full custody over her, Roger killed her.
When Joe Christmas escapes from police custody he runs to Hightower's house, seeking to hide.
When used in the legal sense in the procedure connected with criminal offences, an arrest consists in the taking into custody of another person under authority empowered by law, to be held or detained to answer a criminal charge or to prevent the commission of a criminal or further offence.
When the Court of Oyer and Terminer convened at the end of May, this brought the total number of people in custody to 62.
When contacted, the JP at Long Sutton ( a Mr Delamere ) confirmed that John Palmer had lived there for about nine months, but that he was suspected of stealing sheep, and had escaped the custody of the local constable.
When relatives threatened to fight to obtain custody of Gil, Jerry decided to take his brother to Israel instead, settling in Tel Aviv.
When McCutcheon was nine, her mother won sole custody and an injunction was made against Hemmings seeing McCutcheon until she was 18.
When the Queen died and the Whigs regained power, he was impeached by Robert Walpole and kept in close custody for two years ( 1715 – 1717 ).
When the Phoenix Force returned to Earth, Wolverine sided with the Avengers and went with them to Utopia to take Hope Summers into custody ( as they suspected her of being the Phoenix Force's intended host ).
When next seen, he is imprisoned at Nijō Castle, although, according to the shoshidai of Kyōto in a conversation with Koetsu, it is more of a protective custody, since his nation-wide fame from defeating the Yoshioka now makes him the target of possible revenge, challenges from fighters seeking fame and invitations to serve as a samurai.
When a judge sentences a young offender to a custody and supervision order under Section 42 ( 2 ) ( n ) of the YCJA, it means that the young offender must serve time in custody, followed by a period of supervision in the community.
When Doctor Octopus puts his plan into action, Sandman is satisfied with the job because of the planned two billion dollar " compensation fee ", which he reasons will help him gain custody of his daughter.
When Gaveston returned to England in 1312contrary to the rulings of the Ordinanceshe was taken into custody by the Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke.

When and was
When they were closer and he saw that one was a woman, he was more puzzled than ever.
When the meal was ready, he told Jones to wash up, and going into the front room, woke the girl.
When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
When he regained consciousness he was in Lord's house, in the office of Doctor Lord, the deputy's deceased father.
When it was followed by a second, whining even closer, Cobb swerved sharply aside into a depression.
When the sea was visible ahead of them, the relief was as great as if the sun had come out.
When she appeared at the store to help out for a few hours even my looking at her was surreptitious lest my Uncle notice it.
When our eyes met the air was filled with an unuttered message of `` Me, too ''.
`` When I was in college '', I grinned, `` I remember a poem I had to read in my lit class.
When they got to Shillong, in Assam, he was happy.
`` When I came up, damnit, I thought I was going down.
When he awoke in the mornings, she was in his mind and he could hardly wait to get to school to be near her in the flesh.
When he came back to the schoolhouse, his mind was made up.
When he finally left the sinister mansion on Perdido Street, he was carried out in a coroner's basket.
When he was eight he began violin lessons.
When the possibility that he had not given reconsideration to so weighty a decision seemed to disconcert his questioners, Mr. Eisenhower was known to make his characteristic statement to the press that he was not going to talk about the matter any more.
When he was stripped, deloused and numbered by his guards, his much-thumbed sketchbook was seized and thrown on a pile of prisoners' goods to be confiscated.
When her right hand was incapacitated by the rheumatism, Sadie learned to write with her left hand.
When Harold Arlen returned to California in the winter of 1944, it was to take up again a collaboration with Johnny Mercer, begun some years before.
When he was fifteen John H. Mercer turned out his first song, a jazzy little thing he called `` Sister Susie, Strut Your Stuff ''.
When he heard that Paul Whiteman was looking for singers to replace the Rhythm Boys, Mercer applied and got the job, `` not for my voice, I'm sure, but because I could write songs and material generally ''.

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