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Synonyms for handcuff

Synonyms for handcuff

something that physically confines the legs or arms

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for handcuff

shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist

confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs

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This framework agreement relates to the acquisition of pairs of metal handcuffs of cases carrier handcuffs, disposable handcuffs and chains driving or accompanying handcuffs for the benefit of the services of the national police, Gendarmerie, Customs and Maritime Gendarmerie (Ministry of Defence).
We removed the handcuffs using small cutting equipment and the woman was taken to hospital by ambulance because her wrist was very swollen.
If the farmer had kept a pair of handcuffs in his kitchen drawer, and had been trained and certified by us, a safe and effective restraint could have been made with no possibility of any liability.
This week we look at the how handcuffs have developed as a means of restraining prisoners.
The round, flat universal handcuff key is not readily discernable as a key at first glance and Larson Electronics produces the non-metallic cuff keys in black, white, green and tan to further camouflage the cuff keys and avoid detection during close visual and physical inspection.
The Court then addressed the manner in which Mena was detained during the search--the use of handcuffs on Mena and noted that "[i]nherent in Summers' authorization to detain an occupant of the place to be searched is the authority to use reasonable force to effectuate the detention.
Handcuffs are a symbol; a symbol of oppressoin, tyranny, and cruelty.
The jury also heard evidence from Christopher Dipple, of Birmingham-based handcuff manufacturer Hiat & Co.
Deputies finally handcuffed him and secured his ankles with a device attached to his handcuffs behind his back.
The arresting officer noticed the handcuff maneuver, advised the offender to stop, and continued to directly observe him until the police wagon arrived.
The jury also heard evidence from Christopher Dipple, who works for Birmingham-based handcuff manufacturer Hiatt & Co.
4) They always should handcuff the suspect behind his back unless some definite reason, such as physical impairments or injury, exists.
A DRUNKEN man who dared police to handcuff him was taken up on his offer.
A handcuff normally lasted about eighty years, because the quality of the iron cuffs was so good.
The officer voluntered to handcuff himself to Guzman in order for him to feel that his safety was guaranteed if he was to give himself up.