(n.) One who captures any person or thing, as a prisoner or a prize.
(1) Transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) is a semi-invasive examination that provides better images of the atrium than classical transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) due to the anatomical positioning of the captor and the high frequency Doppler apparatus used.
(2) Or the story about how Rich was en route from Switzerland to Finland and had to order his jet to reverse course at 20,000ft to avoid being arrested by the FBI at Helsinki airport; or the secret tunnel he built between the 'Dallas building' and the Glashof restaurant opposite so he could slip out to lunch without fear of being assassinated; or the time he was held hostage in Azerbaijan while his captors considered whether or not to sell him to the Russians (who were allegedly pissed off with Rich for nicking their reserves of gold and other precious metals), or the rumours that Rich had slipped in and out of Britain and the US on numerous occasions under false passports.
(3) Media had been asked to refrain from reporting this for fear of further increasing the danger to him from his captors.
(4) She was freed by her captor's wife after months of confinement in one room at their home in Riyadh, the Saudi capital.
(5) The head of the Tripoli supreme security committee, Hashim Bishr, said Zeidan was released after his captors were confronted by "revolutionaries" from the eastern Tripoli suburb of Suq Juma.
(6) Thanks to the selectivity of the captor, it is possible to produce magnetic plots of the thorax.
(7) In conclusion, our study suggests, first, to put AC filters upstream of Al captor to avoid Al intoxication, second, to systematically dose Al and may be other metallic substances in every manufactured AC sold for therapeutic purpose.
(8) Speaking before her release, Tebbutt told ITV News she had not been tortured by her captors but had been made to feel "as comfortable as possible".
(9) Above all, the way he responded to the brutality he had endured, his generosity towards his captors and his lack of desire for revenge against the wider white minority they had served established him as a kind of paragon.
(10) She was a meal ticket, and if her captors endangered her life, they endangered their pay-out.
(11) In particular, his mother, Fatima, was extraordinarily persistent.” The coroner said the main issues for the jury to consider after hearing all the evidence were likely to be whether Khan took his own life, was he forced by his captors to take his own life against his will, or was he unlawfully killed by his captors.
(12) Later it became a symbol of solidarity with his son and a way to connect with the captors.
(13) Nzinga Islam, Mobley’s wife, has said that Mobley told her his captors have forced him to drink water from bottles that had contained urine, part of what he described as ongoing torture.
(14) In Ethiopia, girls are abducted on their way to school, raped and then married to their captors; in Ghana, they are married to traditional priests and become "slaves to the gods" to pay for their family's sins; and in Cameroon, girls are promised in marriage to settle debts while still in the womb.
(15) The captors have not contacted their families, nor released any public statements, but Hakim still believes his brothers and cousin are alive.
(16) The government will soon remove legal aid from prisoners who claim that their captors have mistreated them.
(17) To make it stop, Slahi says he signed on to whatever his captors wanted him to voice.
(18) What comes across strongly in the book is that Judith wasn't cowed by her captors.
(19) As a colleague of Amburn's had reported him missing, the police took swift action, and at 4am officers stormed the house, freed him and arrested his captors.
(20) He was interviewed by three Iranian broadcasters, including Press TV, reading answers pre-prepared by his captors from a script.
(n.) The keeper of a jail or prison.
(1) In 2013, Egypt was among the most prolific jailers of journalists in the world, according to a recent survey by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
(2) He ordered the jailers to put our feet up to beat us.
(3) Our response to these challenging circumstances can of course be scrutinised but no one should lose sight [of the fact] that the responsibility for jailing journalists lies firmly with the jailers.” Adel Iskandar, a communications expert at Georgetown University, Washington DC, said AJE had clearly suffered because of the network’s Arabic channels.
(4) He reminded me of Fulton Mackay, who played the fierce jailer in Porridge, though without the actor's humorous twinkle.
(5) Those years feel now like a perverse captivity in which I was jailer as well as prisoner.
(6) The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), which has branded Iran as one of the world's worst jailers of journalists, has asked Tehran to shed light on the situation of the detainees.
(7) According to the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Iran is currently the world's second-worst jailer of journalists, with 45 behind bars Iranian journalists working in exile have not been immune from the crackdown, nor foreign media inside the country.
(8) Rosewater focuses primarily on the relationship between Bahari (Gael García Bernal) and one particular jailer, played by Kim Bodnia (Martin in Scandinavian TV thriller The Bridge).
(9) Shaker Aamer , released after 14 years incarcerated at Guantánamo Bay where he was beaten by his American military jailers, has touched down on British soil at Biggin Hill airport in south-east London.
(10) One of the artists, Dagoberto Rodríguez Sánchez, explains that the panopticon-shaped space, called Güiro, was inspired by the interior of a notorious Cuban jail – only here the jailer is a bartender and the prisoners are the drinkers.
(11) No reform of the draconian catch-all anti-terror legislation that, among other things, has been abused to make Turkey the world's biggest jailer of journalists.
(12) One day, when his jailers held a party, Mujica began to scream for it; the commandant, embarrassed in front of his guests, relented.
(13) Turkey has a chequered history on press freedom and was the world’s top jailer of journalists in 2012 and 2013.
(14) Even Marcos's defence minister, Juan Ponce Enrile, brutal jailer of the democracy campaigners, was placated by Aquino, eventually finishing up as a senator.
(15) On 14 May, a frantic Mobley called his sister to say his jailers were beating him with sticks: “ They’re trying to kill me here at the prison .” Reprieve’s Craig, in her letter to the State Department, reminded US diplomats of her request to share coordinate information on Mobley’s location with their Saudi allies in order to spare his life.
(16) Marzieh Rasouli reported to Evin prison in Tehran on Tuesday, where she became the latest of dozens of journalists imprisoned by the Islamic republic, which has been branded as one of the world's worst jailer of journalists by the New York Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
(17) Hari managed to bribe his jailers and escape back to the UK via Russia and is now filing a second claim for asylum.
(18) According to a report in Thursday's print edition of Haaretz, based on accounts from prison service officials, Prisoner X2 is held in a cell without windows, has no contact with other prisoners or jailers, and prison guards do not know his identity or any charges on which he has been convicted.
(19) While he was rotting in jail, Hague and Ashcroft were meeting his jailers.
(20) His jailers had to tip the cage on to its side to get him out.