- n. Plural form of cuff.
“The police can and will difuse a situation by putting you in cuffs and hauling you downtown.”
“How can Dr. Hughes tell us that putting these women in cuffs and in prison frees them? swoplv, on June 10th, 2009 at 7: 03 pm Said:”
“Here, a pure linen shirt-dress, enhanced with embroidery at the collar and cuffs, is paired with the subtlest of accessories: a blue French silk ribbon to accent the waist ...”
“The only two I have seen is the one of him in cuffs in the squad car (that should give our trolls a woody with their dominatrix fantasies), and the other of his acne scared face in a court room.”
“In go the PSU to pull wino clear and then its away in cuffs for runaway girl.”
“When the officer said call us back if he comes back, that means he did not commit a crime that we can make a case against him with; now if we are there and he acts an ass, then disorderly conduct works to put him in cuffs every time.”
“We learned to make a shirt with a yoke, collar, and cuffs from a commercial pattern.”
“Chalabi should be put in cuffs and handed over to Jordan.”
“Structural reform is much more important than putting people away in cuffs," Spitzer continued.”
“Feds haul passenger off cruise ship in cuffs for marshmallow incident BY CATHERINE WILSON”
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