- n. Plural form of shackle.
- n. Restraints, (usually metal) often joined by a chain, placed around a prisoner's wrists or ankles to restrict their movement.
“The response - which calls the term shackles "an emotion-charged pejorative" - also notes that the restraints aren't intended as punishment, but deter fighting, disruptions and escape attempts.”
“A creature bound by the shackles is considered to be entangled.”
“The DC to break or slip out of the shackles is 30.”
“My guess is that he would be dragged out of the country in shackles and/or committed to a psychiatric care facility before he could complete a single show.”
“May I recommend a month in shackles, crossing the Atlantic in the hold of a wooden cargo ship, with no latrines.”
“A shift from a politics of functional government to one of dysfunctional government, sustained by institutional shackles, is much more problematic. jons Says:”
“A shift from a politics of functional government to one of dysfunctional government, sustained by institutional shackles, is much more problematic.”
“But, a question worth asking is this: if regular people, who have been hurt deeply by the Mozilo-type scams, had been able to see CEOs like Mozilo led away in shackles, consigned to a future that every regular, non-insider person would face had they perpetrated a vast scam, would that have made a difference in the way people view who is fighting for them, and who isn't?”
“Driving the story and game world by guiding the player in shackles will only cause linearity, and the eventual loss of interest.”
“If each of us were to be placed in shackles and led to the execution chambers, knowing we are innocent ... try to imagine what that must be like," says Morgan, minister of pastoral care and counseling at First Congregational UCC in Atlanta.”
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