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Health and safety in Europe has become a manacle from which there is no escape.
Golden Horus pipped Manacle in the July Stakes at Newmarket and caused one of the upsets of the season when flooring Falcon in the Gimcrack.
As Avey digs in her heels, Cuney attempts to force her into motion: "In seconds a hand with the feel of a manacle had closed around her wrist, and she found herself being dragged in the direction of the Landing" (43).
And how (you wonder, as you sit in the audience) does the prison system use these men's hope as another manacle?
The Manacle Rocks lie off the coast of which English county?
The smart sprinter Manacle, trained by Jack Watts for Charles Engelhard, wins for the sixth time in seven starts when he makes light of 9st 12lb to beat Close Call in the five-furlong handicap at Kempton.
and wearing a strange metal manacle that he cannot take off.
lThere is a Ripon double for Edward Hide as Marcela (Robert Armstrong) takes the juvenile maiden from Supreme Lad (Paul Davey/Johnny Seagrave) and Royal Manacle (Barry Hills) outpaces Double Dart (Hern/Joe Mercer) in the nursery.
The images include Royal Navy sailors sawing a manacle off the leg of one and Marines arresting the Arab trader.
MIRPUR (AJK) -- Brisk preparations have begun by the people at both sides of the Line of Control in the Himalayan state of Jammu and Kashmir - AJK and Occupied Kashmir - to celebrate Pakistan Day on March 23 with a newest resolve to smash the manacles of the tyrannical Indian invaders-making them quit the illegitimately held part of the paradise on earth instantaneously.
IN THE February 2 edition of the ECHO, two letters were published relating to Brexit, one from B Hunter (We voted out) the other from P Nuttall (EU manacles).
With cutting equipment normally used to free people trapped in wrecked cars they carefully removed the manacles at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent.