(1) Even the minority who were sent to reformatory schools for more ├ö├ç├┐serious├ö├ç├û crimes would scarcely rank as criminals today, O'Sullivan argued.(2) The barn was originally built as the dairy facility for a juvenile reformatory .(3) Noel Kelly was sent to Daingean reformatory for stealing sweets and ended up an armed robber.(4) The amendments also introduced the option of paying fines from 100 to 1000 leva instead of reformatory labour or imprisonment.(5) Most say they want to testify about their childhood experiences in residential care, mainly in industrial and reformatory schools.(6) Previously only those who suffered abuse in industrial schools, reformatory schools, orphanages and children's homes for which public bodies had supervisory or inspection functions were included.(7) Organized civil disobedience may have reformatory , revolutionary, or defensive objectives.(8) Many women were also sent to the reformatory on the suspicion of having a venereal disease.(9) They emphasised the need for taking urgent reformatory steps against the fast growing social evils.(10) In Shoeshine, two boys, displaced by the war's aftermath and obligated to shine the shoes of American soldiers for money, are caught with stolen goods and sent to a reformatory .(11) Chen spoke at a ceremony to express gratitude to the voluntary workers and several associations who have contributed significantly to the reformatory education of criminals.(12) It is not my intention to pathologize the thousands of living alumni of Ireland's industrial and reformatory schools by suggesting that they present a danger to society.(13) Its defendants praised the reformatory emphasis of Pentonville, its generally softer punishment regime, its system of solitary confinement, and its emphasis on prisoners' self-development.(14) Those undergoing the reformatory education program would be prohibited from running until 10 years after they have completed the program.(15) They talked of locking them up in reformatory hostels, but that was too expensive.(16) In 1930 the then Department of Education produced a 200-plus page report, but only eight pages referred to industrial and reformatory schools.