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With cutting equipment normally used to free people trapped in wrecked cars they carefully removed the manacles at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent.
44 Stand Asides may not be an exciting option for Titan players, the Graviton Forfeit and Nothing Manacles may be worth the Strange Coin.
The final, futuristic chapter allows the author to loosen his historical manacles and explore the 'quest for an exemplary built environment'.
MIANWALI -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan Sunday said in Sindh and Punjab his party's actual contest is going to be with Station House Officers (SHOs) and Patwaris in the upcoming Local Government elections.In his address to PTI's public meeting here, Imran Khan said his message for his party's activists is that they must not be overcome by fear from any side.You have to play your match like a captain who doesn't give up and continues to fight till the last bowl, the PTI Chairman exhorted.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).
One discerns bloodiness from the siren Another brandishes the manacles
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.
The exhibit has a collection of manacles and leg irons, which you can handle.
Like Tate's display, the Hayward touring show, 'Mind-Forg'd Manacles', features watercolours, sketches and plates from Blake's illuminated books alongside other contemporary prints showing attitudes to slavery.
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.