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borstal

Overview page. Subjects: Law — European History.

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An institution to which young offenders (aged 15 to 20 inclusive) could be sent before June 1983 instead of prison. Young offenders who commit a sufficiently serious offence are...

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partition

Overview page. Subjects: Law — European History.

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1 The division of a territory into two or more units, each under a different government.

2 The division of supreme power over a territory...

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teacher-training

Overview page. Subjects: European History — Law.

Was only gradually accepted as essential, apprentice ‘monitors’ being the norm until well into the 19th century. The Kildare Place Society was a pioneer in the field, establishing model...

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