shackle


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Synonyms for shackle

Synonyms for shackle

something that physically confines the legs or arms

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for shackle

a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner)

a U-shaped bar

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bind the arms of

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restrain with fetters

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Potential licensees in the door hardware products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Door Shackle on a worldwide basis.
He said he was sure he would have communicated in a phone call to BA that the drogue shackle nut and bolt should not be overtightened.
Everyone equating these shoes with slavery are the true racists," wrote a Facebook user underneath the photo of Adidas' shackle shoes.
The answer is clear: The law has long forbidden routine use of visible shackles during the guilt phase; it permits a State to shackle a criminal defendant only in the presence of a special need.
Combining guitar, fiddle, banjo, bass and percussion, Rusty Shackle launched their debut EP Hounds of Justice at Acapela Studios in Cardiff earlier this year, which draws influences from bluegrass, folk, Celtic and old time blues.
The shackles also create the "very tone of criminality juvenile proceedings were intended to avoid.
Shackle is summed up perfectly in the title of his recent 2004 Festschrift, Economics as an Art of Thought.
Shackle said of him: "You are a man of immense courage, proved over and over again in a career full of every sort of adversity, discouragement and upset, as well as its marvelous successes; a man whom nothing so far has been able to defeat" (123).
Amnesty International has reports of "prolonged forced standing and kneeling" in Iraqi military prisons, as well as allegations of "the excessive and cruel use of shackles and handcuffs" at Guantanamo.
The slave trade is also explored through a selection of sometimes harrowing photographs: a coffle chain with shackles, the Cape Coast dungeon doors in Ghana, and a slave branding iron.
Among the types of immediate, real-time data that can be gathered are average and total bird counts for different time periods, load rates, shackle data and more.
9ozs), including the shackle -- the highest strength for a weight ball bearing block on the market.
Deputies finally had to shackle the screaming Scholten to a wheelchair to transport him through the courthouse to the jail.
SHAQUILLE O'NEAL averaged just 26 points per game against the Spurs in the regular season and if San Antonio has the measure of him, then they can shackle the rest of the Lakers, writes Dexter King.
The light touch of a laser beam can shackle microscopic particles together to make an unusual form of matter.