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ankle

[′aŋ·kəl]
(anatomy)
The joint formed by the articulation of the leg bones with the talus, one of the tarsal bones.
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95) have two front, two rear, and two side cargo pockets; adjustable waistband; and drawstring ankle cuffs.
When he refused, they shackled him in hand and ankle cuffs and chains, and he was taken to the Deportation Centre in Houston.
Or, for an edgier feel, give River Island's ruched combats with ankle cuffs (pictured right, pounds 44.
The woman was eventually restrained and placed in plastic hand and ankle cuffs according to PA News.
Metallic-looking choker collars and ankle cuffs complete the Indian-costume pastiche.
Instead of dumbbells and ankle cuffs, this exercise uses your body weight.
When he refused, they shackled him in hand and ankle cuffs and chains, and have taken him to a deportation centre in Houston, Texas," she wrote.
For an edgier feel, give River Island's rouched combats with ankle cuffs (pounds 44.
One theory is that Elaine died during a violent sex game after bondage materials, including hand and ankle cuffs and ropes, were discovered.
The ankle cuffs are specifically constructed to make dressing baby, and therefore mom's life, easier