English to Hindi Dictionary reprieve


under the new regime, prisoners under sentence of death were reprieved
cancel or postpone the punishment of (someone, especially someone condemned to death).
Official reprieves and pardons were not uncommon, and some such acts of mercy were purposely announced only when the convicted stood on the scaffold and spectators had assembled.
a cancellation or postponement of a punishment.
translation of 'reprieve'
दंड निलंबित करना,
दण्डविराम करना,
फांसी स्थगित करना,
अवकाश देना
a mother who faced eviction has been given a 'reprieve'
An increased supply of rental accommodation has resulted in a welcome 'reprieve' from spiralling rents for tenants around the country, and particularly in Dublin.
I once spent hours sketching, a wonderful 'reprieve' from the endless flow of words my work entails.
a mother who faced eviction has been given a 'reprieve'
I actually laughed out loud during the scene, partly as a temporary 'reprieve' from the tension, partly out of sheer admiration for Anderson's gifts.
Another possible outcome is that global uncertainty could give the US dollar a 'reprieve' from its recent slide.
Therefore, what they all need is a temporary 'reprieve' , a carefully engineered environment of apparent dollar strength that will allow them to quietly unload what they could never openly propose to sell.
The exchange between the mayor, Sheriff Hartwell and him when he first appears with the 'reprieve' from the governor is simply priceless.
Instead, after a 'reprieve' in 1833, the central government engaged in more and more trade protectionism and centralized tyranny, which helped lead to war.
The bank won a 'reprieve' by coming back to us with an offer we couldn't refuse.
This may be a welcome 'reprieve' , but taxpayers and their advisors should still consider the proposed rules when evaluating investments.
The victim's fellow prisoners may bang the hot water pipes in sympathy but they also bet their Sunday bacon on whether or not he'll get a 'reprieve' .
We had a brief 'reprieve' earlier this week from the oppressive heat of the Washington summer, but the last couple days have been dangerously hot.
he accepted the death sentence and refused to appeal for a 'reprieve'
Worse, the 'reprieve' came too late for the Glazers.
The theater becomes a site of self-forgetfulness for audiences who experience a 'reprieve' from disciplines associated with memory.
The necessary delays in explaining the new evidence, the mechanics of ordering a 'reprieve' and so on are then all simply omitted.
Those who cannot afford to buy bonds, or who prefer to invest in productive endeavors, must pay in future taxes for the 'reprieve' of not being taxed in the present.
Ibrahim recently received a 'reprieve' when an Egyptian court released him and ordered a retrial - after a strong protest from the Bush Administration.
However, the foreign earnings deduction, which is due to expire at the end of this month did not receive a 'reprieve' .
That the Home Secretary 'reprieved' Edmunds on ground of insanity rather than simply commuting her death sentence to a life term (the far more common response to a death sentence) is intriguing.
In the corner was a chipped jug, and on the walls were carvings in the stone, names, crude drawings of gladiators, in their armour, tallies of battles won, of 'reprieves' granted.
After many 'reprieves' , the company, one of South Australia's biggest employers, may be consigned to history tonight.
An examination of the role of the Home Office in 'reprieving' condemned prisoners can be found in R. Chadwick's Bureaucratic Mercy: The Home Office and the Treatment of Capital Cases in Victorian Britain.
Despite these 'reprieves' , the style of the show is somehow off, the music awkward, the direction formless.
But now the town hall is 'reprieving' seven of the toilets and is to spend more than £10,400 keeping them open, following a wave of protest.
However, Hewat will not be able to make the case for 'reprieving' the centre as it has made it clear they do not intend to be at this week's meeting.
He or she could grant pardons and 'reprieves' , and, with the advice and consent of the Senate, make appointments and enter into treaties, subject to the approval of two-thirds of the senators present.
After the trial, amid much popular speculation over the justice of the sentences passed, authorities pardoned one of the prisoners and 'reprieved' another.
When Anabaptists in 1575 and Jesuits in 1581 were condemned to death, Foxe wrote vehement letters to Queen Elizabeth and her courtiers, begging 'reprieves' .
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