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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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While the policewomen tried to handcuff the accused, she resisted ferociously and injured one of them using the handcuffs.
Akhtar, of Mill Street in Crosland Moor, was agitated and struggled with an officer as she tried to handcuff him.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service received a call from a woman who could not get a handcuff off her wrist on Wednesday at about 2.
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.
To benchs query, he replied during his meeting with concerned authorities of NAB, he had realized their intention to handcuff his client.
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.
Current laws do not allow officers to handcuff suspects without justifiable cause - for example if they are violent, attempting to escape detention, or if there is any intelligence to suggest they will resist arrest.
Gotter said it was sheriff's office policy to handcuff anyone being transported in the back of a patrol car.
Recruits to Scotland's eight police forces are being told to handcuff drinking drivers as part of their training.
DALLAS -- While universal handcuff keys can open most brands of handcuffs, they all share one common characteristic.