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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of handcuff.

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Examples

  • (Soundbite of bell) SAGAL: A man in Washington State who escaped from a police car while handcuffed is being charged with escape and with blanking.

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  • Why, only yesterday the desperate villain handcuffed the very sheriff in the very courtyard!

    The Hidden Hand

  • Or, Three - one to screw in the bulb, and two to listen to him brag about the What do you call a handcuffed man?

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  • If you can show that his hands are behind his back, and he is handcuffed, that is where you get brutality.

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  • 'If you can show that his hands are behind his back, and he is handcuffed, that is where you get brutality.

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  • "Schumer made a show of clasping his hands and accused the officials of being ideologically 'handcuffed' to the far right — which the officials found highly insulting."

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  • So, you seem to -- I may interpret this wrong -- but you seem to feel that government is kind of handcuffed in this situation.

    CNN Transcript Jan 17, 2010

  • If conducting multiple inquiries without ever informing commissioners meant that the staff was "handcuffed," we shudder to think what Ms. Schapiro's new hands-off management will mean for investors.

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  • "One of the key comments that I have been messaging to clients is that countries whose central banks are 'handcuffed' due to higher inflation but deteriorating domestic demand are likely to see its domestic currency underperform, on average."

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  • But the artists 'legal threats "handcuffed" the company, he says.

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