The results on plasma lactate, however, showed a significant effect of restraint method (p<0.001) as plasma lactate in the shackle
restraint group was higher compared to the cone restraint group.
's translation of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai's Risalo loses out on nuance, but is consistent, articulate and fairly accurate
(34.) Adam Liptak, Prisons Often Shackle
Pregnant Inmates in Labor,
"Grey is the most exciting network in the world at the moment," says Shackle
without any hint of a doubt.
After the brief introductory chapter, Littleboy deals with Shackle
's' 'life and vision' in Chapter 2 (there is much more on the vision than on the life, which seems to have been remarkably uneventful); Earl adds a genealogical Appendix on the Shackle
The Door Shackle
helps to prevent the overall unpleasantness and loss of property that results from a room or home being broken into.
The inquest has heard that instructions given to those fitting the seats was to tighten the shackle
nut and bolt with one or one-anda-half threads showing.
The committee was told the American Medical Association, the American Public Health Association, and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists all oppose the use of shackles
or restraints on incarcerated women in labor because it impedes the ability of physicians to assess, evaluate, and provide appropriate care to the mother and child.
Remove the four pins and shackles
from the front of the disabled vehicle and the rear of the towing vehicle.
The IHS features robust metal die-cast housing, plated steel hook and sturdy, oversized shackle
. A spare rechargeable battery is included, allowing one to be used while the other is recharging.
The assemblies, which consist of shackle
body, bolt, nut, and cotter, comply with DNV rules for lifting appliances and are designed for use with chain, wire rope, and synthetic slings.
Adidas faced a furious backlash over its shackle
shoes, or the JS Roundhouse Mids, from those who accused the brand of racism.