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impact incarceration
 n.— «A 25-year-old Lincoln man pleaded guilty Friday to unlawful criminal drug conspiracy, a Class II felony, and was sentenced to four years in prison with a recommendation for impact incarceration, also known as boot camp.» —“Guilty plea lets Lincoln man, 25, avoid lengthy prison term” by James Washburn Lincoln Courier (Illinois) June 19, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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