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parole board

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparole boardpaˈrole ˌboard noun [countable]  the people who decide if a prisoner should get permission to leave prison
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parole boardThe situation made me feel like an applicant who is absurdly unqualified for a job-or a felon appearing before a parole board.It is thought that they were sent on short holidays in Britain after the parole board released them last month.You never say what Stafford is, why is he going before the parole board?This becomes particularly important when the staff are writing reports for the parole board.
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