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“Daytime medical drama Doctors drew 1. 7m (22%) at 1. 45pm on BBC One for its episode titled 'Shackled'.”
“Shackled, " she said, "In the food tens, where she waits upon men.”
“Shackled, chained to a gurney and coughing up blood after a vicious prison beating sparked by a spat over a telephone, R.”
“Robert Guest, Africa editor for The Economist, in his book The Shackled Continent 2004, argues that "Africa is the only continent to have grown poorer over the last three decades" while other developing countries and regions have grown.”
“Shackled creatively to the ur-genre of fantasy/sci-fi/superheroes”
“Shackled with the legacy of national debt, an increasingly rickety property ladder and an uncertain future shaped by climate change, it's a challenging time to be a young person in Britain.”
“Shackled in leg irons, Bout vowed to prove his innocence in an American courtroom.”
“Shackled, force-marched through the wild, learning what to eat by watching the monkeys, they prayed for special op helicopters to descend from the skies and deliver them from their daily torments.”
“Shackled by such restraints and yet dangerously unaccountable to Congress, the people or the courts, this board could turn its attention to successful programs in Medicare to carry out its cost cutting mission.”
“The title of the interview is “Shackled Warrior: Israel in Bondage.””
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