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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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And the handcuffs were not just on people's wrists, but around their hearts.
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.
When I saw the bruising and cuts I asked the nurse what happened to him and she said it would have been the handcuffs.
appeared before Presiding Judge Hamdi Mustafa Abu Al Khair, he pleaded not guilty, saying that he did not intend to steal the handcuffs.
During investigation, the defendant said that he had found the pair of handcuffs on the ground in the parking lot of a shopping mall in Jebel Ali and that he had kept them.
It wasn't until 1862 that the main form of handcuffs that we know today was invented.
However, the singer wasn't breaking any airport security laws by toting a pair of handcuffs and chain, reports People mag.
24, because the handcuffs show that China is trying to restrict Google.