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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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David March led with his heart and that makes this tragedy all the more difficult,'' said an emotional Baca, holding up the slain deputy's shiny, silver handcuffs to symbolize that justice for his deputy had finally arrived.
She also denied having any access to samples of Murdoch's DNA and said the closest he ever came to the handcuffs while they were in her possession was two-and-a-half metres.
The teenage girl's wrist was locked in a pair of plastic toy handcuffs so her boyfriend went looking for help.
The next day he handed himself in to a police station in Ton Pentre, together with the handcuffs which he had cut off after his escape.
Eduardo Mata, arrested for possession of a weapon, suffered cut wrists after he was restrained in Hiatt Model 2010 nickel-plated handcuffs and put in the back of a police car.
What are the handcuffs used for and what checks do you make about their intended use?
He managed to release his prisoner from one half of the handcuffs - only to find he could not unlock the second half, fastened around his own wrist.
In a memo to staff in BA's internal magazine Cabin Crew News, Safety and Evacuation Systems head Simon Packer writes: "Last year BA handcuffs were used to restrain 17 people but 255 handcuffs went missing
The gendarmerie then took the 11 protestors from the custody of the Kolin security guards and took them to the hospital, while still in handcuffs.
A WOMAN who died following a cardiac arrest in police custody was kept in handcuffs as she struggled to breathe, an inquest jury heard.
He said: "It wasn't a handcuffs sign it was a private message but I can see how people might have seen it like that and I apologise wholeheartedly if its caused any offence.
AN ATTACKER smashed a police officer's nose after the officer took pity on him and freed him from his handcuffs.
Deputies finally handcuffed him and secured his ankles with a device attached to his handcuffs behind his back.
Use caution with all prisoners, even those in handcuffs.
Phillips, 33, of Castle Street in Cwmparc, Rhondda, pleaded guilty to two charges - unlawful escape from custody on June 30 and theft of handcuffs belonging to South Wales Police.