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bracelets

n. handcuffs. The cops put the bracelets on Jane and led her away.
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Plain as it was, the design of the bracelet was unusually beautiful.
I will keep these--this ring and bracelet," said Dorothea.
Moreover, there was the bracelet to admire; and when she had given it a good rub, and held it out at arm's length, it sparkled and glittered so beautifully on her wrist, that to look at it in every point of view and with every possible turn of the arm, was quite an absorbing business.
CHEVELEY tries to get the bracelet off her arm, but fails.
When I was a little refreshed, I went up into the country, resolving to deliver myself to the first savages I should meet, and purchase my life from them by some bracelets, glass rings, and other toys, which sailors usually provide themselves with in those voyages, and whereof I had some about me.
She places them in a labyrinth where they are condemned to walk for ever, with a bracelet on their arms and a cord round their necks, unless they meet another as miserable as themselves.
Since you told me a lady had given you the bracelet you showed me, Fanny, I have not been quite easy on your account, and indeed want to know a little more if you will confide more to me.
I will wear the bracelet for you, if you will, friend Palmer,'' said Wamba.
She was wearing Wendy's bracelet on her arm; she had asked for the loan of it.
Balashev was only two horses' length from the equestrian with the bracelets, plunies, necklaces, and gold embroidery, who was galloping toward him with a theatrically solemn countenance, when Julner, the French colonel, whispered respectfully: "The King of Naples
Dorothy was presented with a pretty coronet and made a Princess of Oz, and Tiktok received two bracelets set with eight rows of very clear and sparkling emeralds.
At the least, the arm rose at her side, and was ringed with such bracelets as Baleka wore, and it beckoned from her side, though her cold face changed not at all.
She went to great expenses in new gowns, and bracelets, and bonnets, and in prodigious feathers.
The round are made into bracelets, the oval into pendants, and, being more precious, are sold singly.
Hurst, principally occupied in playing with her bracelets and rings, joined now and then in her brother's conversation with Miss Bennet.