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[855c] and by measures of degradation; but no one shall be absolutely outlawed for any single crime, even though he be banished from the country.1 The punishments to be inflicted shall be death, or imprisonment, or stripes, or seats or stations or exposures of a degrading kind at temples or at outermost boundaries, or money-fines of the kind we have stated,—where such punishments are required. In cases where the penalty is death, the judges shall be the Law-wardens together with the court of last year's magistrates selected by merit.2 In respect of these cases

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