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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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A policewoman said the defendant threw herself down on the floor and turned physically violent when they tried to handcuff her.
my partner came and told me that the suspect had removed the handcuffs.
Akhtar, of Mill Street in Crosland Moor, was agitated and struggled with an officer as she tried to handcuff him.
There was also a handcuff around his right ankle bearing the serial number 0857.
The Delhi Police has also clarified the standing orders prescribing the procedure to use handcuffs while escorting an undertrial inmate.
It appears the woman turned up to the station with handcuffs attached to her wrists," he said.
He said in the post that his brother Peter had to "spent the last week living with the threat that handcuffs could be put to use.
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.
London firefighter Dave Brown said: "I don't know whether it's the Fifty Shades of Grey effect, but the number of incidents involving items like handcuffs seems to have gone up.
However, Dawn Thompson - president of Hiatt-Thompson, the handcuff manufacturer's North American distributor - told a Los Angeles paper that Hiatt handcuffs were used by Government agencies across the world, and were known for their quality and reliability.
Do you supply over-sized handcuffs, model 4010, to the US either with or without an export licence?
A RED-FACED police-man needed help from Coventry fire crews after locking himself in a pair of handcuffs last night.