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He said in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the police had even put manacles in the wrists of a serving minister in the local government elections in KP.
Contract notice: Fetters and manacles (transport buoy and related products).
The concept of the difficult second album has been thrown out of the window by the London-based quartet who, under the direction of US rock producer Ross Robinson, have ripped off the manacles of their nu-rave beginnings.
The London quartet, under the direction of US rock producer Ross Robinson, have ripped off the manacles of their nu-rave beginnings.
Nancy and her husband have appeared in court in manacles in Placerville, California.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, the former Tory MP said: "The poor police have no choice but to investigate this ludicrous affair, and in the interim I am told I must hand the cigar case into police custody - or else be led in manacles from City Hall.
The exhibit has a collection of manacles and leg irons, which you can handle.
The three characters appear in many other prints on display in both exhibitions, and they each represent different forms of enslavement: on the left is Bromion, the possessive, brutal husband and slave owner, chained to Oothoon, who seeks her liberty; on the right is Theotormon, her ineffectual lover, whose manacles are 'mind-forg'd'.
He omits to mention power-crazed politicians and an infantilised, craven public who rush, arms outstretched towards their leaders, pleading for the manacles to be clamped on.
A policeman today told the court in Darwin he had forgotten that manacles allegedly used to restrain Ms Lees were informally examined in South Australia.
Asked by defence lawyer Grant Algie if she could have put Murdoch's DNA on the handcuffs, she said, 'If I had opened the exhibit and removed the manacles, that's always a possibility, but I never did that.
For the more general audience, I would suggest they enjoy the larger and more thorough Undertaker of the Mind, which will soon become required reading (along with Roy Porter's Mind Forg'd Manacles [1987]) for any student of early-modern British psychiatry.