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handcuff

a pair of locking metal rings joined by a short bar or chain for securing prisoners, etc.
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Handcuffs are a symbol; a symbol of oppressoin, tyranny, and cruelty.
Contract notice: Acquisition of pairs of metal handcuffs, handcuffs ipad holder, disposable handcuffs and chains driving or accompanying handcuffs for the benefit of the services of the national police, the national gendarmerie, customs and coastguards.
A WOMAN had to be cut out of handcuffs by Cardiff fire crews after becoming trapped overnight.
After the reports came out that The Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde would have to wear handcuffs during his father's funeral, his supporters were angry.
Although handcuffs are readily available to buy here in the UK, you must remember that it is only lawful to use them if you are properly trained and it is a proportionate reaction to the situation.
KINKY couples have been rescued by firefighters 79 times after sex games left them trapped in handcuffs.
When asked if he was surprised Mr McCourt was still handcuffed he said: "Yes, I instructed the handcuffs to be taken off.
ALISON Davison has hit out at police for using metal handcuffs to restrain her dementia sufferer husband.
The whole group, which also includes friends of the band, fell about laughing when the little person produced the handcuffs.
One posted in 2009 referred to Stewart "uncovering" Mrs Pattie's "cop fetish secret", while another read: "Just remember your handcuffs.
Dubai A pair of handcuffs, which an American visitor claimed he found in the parking lot of Ibn Battuta Mall, landed him in prison after a court yesterday convicted him of theft.
Summary: DUBAI - An American visitor will spend one month in jail after the Court of Misdemeanours on Thursday convicted him of stealing handcuffs.