In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1esposasa pair of handcuffs — unas esposas
- The two Norwegians threatened to arrest Inge while the out of uniform police officer wielded a pair of handcuffs to add to the threats.
- If you're going to get handcuffs on them, to restrain them, obviously they're going to get cut somewhere along the line.
- He also made reference to injuries to his wrists which he stated were caused by the application of handcuffs.
- Suddenly, he yanked free as his hand came up and cuffed my wrist with my own handcuffs.
- Actual policemen brought the prisoners down to the police station in handcuffs and did the booking.
- But Makowe barked an order to the policewoman and, in an instant, a pair of handcuffs clicked shut around Julian's wrists.
- A spokesman for the Prison Service said that, as with the previous escapes, the convict had a three-man escort who were under orders to keep the prisoner in handcuffs at all times.
- It's not until they are carrying me away, not until I can feel the cold metal of the handcuffs biting into my wrists, that it sinks in I just shot Santa Claus.
- Every time he left his cell, including for medical appointments, Thomas had to wear a body belt and was shackled with handcuffs and leg irons.
- I suddenly felt cold metal handcuffs slap on my wrists.
- The article reported that the girl was detained in handcuffs and shackles.
- I could still practically feel the handcuffs on my wrist.
- Then he was shackled in handcuffs, leg irons, and a belly chain and taken to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
- We've replaced their cuff links with handcuffs and moved their photos from magazine covers to wanted posters.
- Koh acknowledged that these methods have included the use of tear gas, pepper-spray, stun guns, stun belts, police dogs, handcuffs and leg shackles.
- Slap a pair of handcuffs on the bullies and show them what a real prison is like.
- In my case, I did think it was true in the latter case, with the handcuffs removed after the prisoner began to give birth.
- He waved a pair of handcuffs under his prisoner's nose, forcing him to notice the razor sharp inner edges.
- A man who was arrested on suspicion of drink driving gave police officers the run-around after he slipped out of a pair of handcuffs and escaped from the back of a patrol car.
- Jim could see another set of handcuffs, securing Blair's wrists behind his back.
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