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Hand

A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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It appears the woman turned up to the station with handcuffs attached to her wrists," he said.
It wasn't until 1862 that the main form of handcuffs that we know today was invented.
Other universal handcuff keys are made from metal and are often be hidden on a police duty belt.
A likely scenario emerging during the execution of a search warrant is the need to detain individuals and place them in handcuffs.
And the handcuffs were not just on people's wrists, but around their hearts.
He said a key found in Beggs' flat corresponded to a type of handcuff made by his firm in the 1970s and early 80s.
While in the prisoner compartment, the offender managed to slip one leg through the handcuffs and was straddling them with one hand in front of his body and the other in the rear.
He said a handcuff key found in Beggs' flat corresponded to a type of handcuff made by his firm in the 1970s and early 1980s.
Use caution with all prisoners, even those in handcuffs.
The officer thought that the offender was not dangerous based on his numerous previous contacts with him, that the backup officer would arrive within seconds, and that he could handcuff the offender by himself because the offender presented no threat to him.
Officers who suspect subjects may be armed should handcuff them before frisking or searching them.