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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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I have no doubt we will but they will be golden handcuffs and he will be taken away in a chauffeur-driven Mercedes.
Sheriff Lee Baca held those handcuffs up Tuesday as he and the Los Angeles County district attorney announced that Jorge Arroyo Garcia, the man suspected of killing March in 2002 before fleeing to Mexico, had successfully been extradited and was on United States soil early Tuesday.
Detective Superintendent Colleen Gwynne denied ever seeing the handcuffs used to tie Joanne Lees's hands behind her back.
An amorous couple got into a fix with a set of toy handcuffs at a cinema.
A dad escaped from the back of a police car but later surrendered - along with the handcuffs he had cut off.
Police in California have recalled more than a thousand pairs of handcuffs made by a 223-year-old Birmingham company.
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.
after hundreds of pairs of handcuffs have gone missing.
They put our handcuffs in back of our bodies, which was more restrictive than in front.
Draped in a small robe and wearing only pink fishnet stockings and six-inch stiletto heels, the Howard Stern Radio Show favorite and Playboy TV host was led away in handcuffs along with her driver and two female club managers.
I left him handcuffed in the office and went to the next office - my partner came and told me that the suspect had removed the handcuffs.