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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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Detainees will also not be handcuffed, unless he or she is considered a security risk, MACC chief Latheefa Koya added.
Earlier on Tuesday, Co-Chairman Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and former president Asif Ali Zardari by expressing his anger said that if you brought an 80 years old banker in the court with handcuffs how will the economy survive.
Later, the ASA staged a peaceful protest on campus against presenting senior academicians, including former Punjab University (PU) vice chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, handcuffed before an accountability court.
Dubai: A bootlegger has been accused of assaulting a policeman as he sped off by car while the latter held on to a handcuff clasped to his hand during arrest.
The most embarrassing part of the trip was being handcuffed to him while he was pooping out of the tree.--Willis Kimbel
'It appeared that while he was handcuffed together with another inmate, (the handcuff) was loose that enabled him to run and escape,' Amodia said.
Akhtar, of Mill Street in Crosland Moor, was agitated and struggled with an officer as she tried to handcuff him.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Imprisoned Chief Police Inspector Ahmet Euzdil, who has kidney stones and had surgery in May 2015, was denied medical attention by the administration of Silivri Prison after he refused to be handcuffed while being transported to a hospital, the EuzgE-r DE-E-E-nce daily has reported.
A WOMAN had to be cut out of handcuffs by Cardiff fire crews after becoming trapped overnight.
AUNIQUE handcuff seminar is to be staged in Birmingham - run by a bodyguard to the stars who wants EVERY adult in Britain to carry a pair.
The prisoner would have the handcuff locked round one hand and then a piece of metal would be placed into two holes either side to hold the handcuffs securely on the wrist.
Tuesday's development in Chen's cases marks the first time for Taiwan prosecutors to handcuff a former president and seek formal detainment.
(35) In Summers, the Supreme Court noted that the protections of the Fourth Amendment are "meaningful only when it is assured that at some point, the conduct of those charged with enforcing the laws can be subjected to the more detached, neutral scrutiny of a judge." (36) While it may appear minimally intrusive to law enforcement to detain and possibly handcuff an individual, to the individual detained, intrusions on personal freedom are quite meaningful and thus may be subjected to later judicial scrutiny.
But had the officers involved felt the law allowed them to handcuff him - with or without a risk assessment - Stephen might be alive today.