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shackle someone with something

to fetter or hobble someone with something, such as chains, etc. The sheriff shackled the prisoner with handcuffs and leg irons. The prisoners were shackled with leg irons.
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The inventor of the Door Shackle has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
The inquest has heard that instructions given to those fitting the seats was to tighten the shackle nut and bolt with one or one-anda-half threads showing.
The committee was told the American Medical Association, the American Public Health Association, and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists all oppose the use of shackles or restraints on incarcerated women in labor because it impedes the ability of physicians to assess, evaluate, and provide appropriate care to the mother and child.
The gagging of charities, however, and other groups is, if we're charitable, the unintended consequence of a ham-fisted attempt to shackle Labour while winking to millionaires to continue slipping a small fortune to the Tory Party in particular.
Although Adidas initially defended the designer of the shackle shoes, Jeremy Scott, as having a "quirky" and "lighthearted" vision, the company turned around and announced it would pull the sneakers from its line, according to (http://www.
Finally, both mandate that the sole decision regarding whether to shackle or not rests with the presiding judge.
Formed in early 2010 by former members of One String Loose, finalists in the BBC Young Folk Awards, Rusty Shackle are a five-piece group, from Newport, made up of band members Liam Collins, 25, Baz Barkwick, 18, Owen Emmanuel, 27 and brothers Scott McKeon, 23 and James McKeon, 25.
The Juvenile Court, known as Department 285, has had the policy of putting ankle shackles on all detained minors who appear in court for at least two years, the ruling said.
Investigators think the shackle was catapulted from a heavy goods lorry near Shedfield, Hants, at 2.
For Shackle the answer was clear; one used one's knowledge of the past plus one's imagination pertaining to all things considered not only probable but also possible.
Frowen informs us that, from their first encounter, he admired Shackle both as person and academic, and that he became from that moment his "role model" (xii).
the Cook County Jail acknowledged that it would shackle a hospitalized inmate who was in a coma, reports Amnesty.
When a shackle is weight tested the locking pin that screws into the shackle is weight tested along with it insuring the integrity of the shackle to support an object at its designed weight handling specifications.
Next, we encounter another unsettling photograph: a spiked ankle shackle with an iron ball and chains which was designed so that the spikes would cause severe injury if a slave attempted to run away.
Padlocks have hardened steel housings with boron steel shackles and use hardened stainless-steel ball bearings in the toe-in-heel shackle locking systems.