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Synonyms for cuff

Synonyms for cuff

to hit with a quick, sharp blow of the hand

a quick, sharp blow, especially with the hand

Synonyms for cuff

the lap consisting of a turned-back hem encircling the end of the sleeve or leg

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

hit with the hand

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confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs

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It's easy to do: just add an embroidered fabric cuff and fun trims.
Endotracheal cuff pressure and tracheal mucosal blood flow: Endoscopic study of effects of four large volume cuffs.
Athletes who excessively use their shoulders--such as handball players-are at the greatest risk of a rotator cuff injury.
Inaccuracies introduced by single width blood pressure cuffs. Hypertens Res 2011;34:209-11.
Patients verbally declining were excluded from the study, as were any patients who were not comfortable in the average sized upper arm and wrist cuffs by their own report.
Regular cuffs can cause inaccurate results when positioned incorrectly.
They also require you to manually inflate the cuff by depressing a rubber bulb, and people with arthritis in their hands may find this difficult.
Signature Cuffs are removable, faux-French cuffs for ladies - available in a variety of colors, fabrics and custom-art designs - offering customers limitless style combinations.
van Hasselt, "Endotracheal cuff pressure and tracheal mucosal blood flow: endoscopic study of effects of four large volume cuffs," British Medical Journal, vol.
Pink and pearl ear cuffs, PS20, Johnny Loves Rosie @asos.com
Limb Occlusion Pressure--a key component of Personalized Pressure Technology--takes into consideration factors specific to the patient, including blood pressure, body composition, protective material, type of cuff used, and even how the cuff is applied.
Choose from two sleeve finishes: a faced cuff or bias-tape finished cuff.
Instead of wearing one bangle, she piled them on, wearing seven gold Grecian-inspired arm cuffs in total.
What's more, the cuffs could potentially be configured to administer "a liquid, a gas, a dye, an irritant, a medication, a sedative, a transdermal medication or transdermal enhancers such as dimethyl sulfoxide, a chemical restraint, a paralytic, a medication prescribed to the detainee, and combinations thereof" without directly involving human law enforcement officials.
For starters, the cuffs by Scottsdale Inventions, LLC of Paradise Valley, are capable of administering high-voltage, low amperage shocks that will immobilize uncooperative detainees.