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Bloor, of Helme Lane, Meltham, had on him a small zip bag which he had wrapped around his privates.
Nicole was dressed in a pair of khaki combat trousers, a white vest and had a bandana wrapped around her head.
A YOUNG cat with cable and insulating tape wrapped around its neck was tied to the gates of an animal rescue centre in the early hours of yesterday morning.
A BLANKET which was wrapped around one of the survivors of the Titanic was among artefacts being auctioned today.
Leanne Gibson and Paul Richards, 35, had an agonising wait when little Anya was born by an emergency Caesarian after the umbilical cord became wrapped around her neck.
The game was broadcast live back to Iran and watched by millions, who could not fail to miss the green ribbons wrapped around players' wrists as they were wrapped around demonstrators' wrists in the streets
These are the same toys which had to be with-drawn from sale four years ago on safety grounds, after near strangulation incidents when the toys became wrapped around the necks of children playing with them.
Baby Jazzy has me wrapped around her teeny tiny baby finger.
Wrapped around lampposts and telegraph poles, the familiar Unikko pattern of gaudy abstract flowers cheers and enlivens the streetscape.
The flexible PCB achieves an overall optical loss of 50% (3dB), a practical level, and is so flexible that it yields no optical loss when it is wrapped around a 4mm-radius column.
James Sewell Ballet's Loves Remembered (1991), exquisitely danced by Penelope Freeh and Sewell, finds a woman and a man, each with a private sorrow, and gently brings them together until they are wrapped around each other, limbs lusciously entwined.
In some cultures babies are carried in shawls wrapped around their mother's body.