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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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Blathers, putting down his wine-glass, and clinking the handcuffs together.
'Handcuffs are used only where necessary, for example where there is a risk of escape or aggressive behaviour.
Earlier at the start of the hearing, Zardari objected to three suspects in the case being brought to the court in handcuffs.
She had swum 4,200 meters with her hands tied with handcuffs.
ISLAMABAD -- National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday rebuffed the claims of bringing Hussain Lawai in handcuffs and said that the anti-graft body is strictly following the orders of the chairman to not handcuff the suspects.
But, after releasing the handcuffs to help her climb back over the anti-suicide barrier, she fell to the ground.
The first such incident was the production of former vice-chancellor of Punjab University and other professors in handcuffs before an accountability court judge in October.
The footage shows the deceased's hands didn't wear handcuffs while he was being shifted into an ambulance on a stretcher inside the prison.
However, the professor, who was brought on a stretcher in handcuffs, was declared dead on arrival by doctors.
In the whole episode of Prof Mujahid the worst was when he was produced in court in handcuffs. It was reprehensible to treat an academic in such a humiliating way.