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At the end of July, his request for deportation was granted and he was flown back to Honduras in shackles.
TO STAY OR TO GO?HANNAH DREIERDECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Now, as the first Gulf state to commit to diplomatic relations with Israel, the UAE is further breaking the shackles that have bound it to Saudi Arabia.
“Why, the beggars have knocked the shackle off the chain,” cried Raft.
THE BEACH OF DREAMSH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
Pastern, pas′tėrn, n. the part of a horse's foot from the fetlock to the hoof, where the shackle is fastened.
As he drove the rivet into the shackle on his left arm, a spurt of bruised blood from the old Mexican War wound stained the iron.
THE CLANSMANTHOMAS DIXON
Religious dogma is sometimes used to shackle human creativity, and the form of belief is allowed to stifle the vitality of faith.
HEREIN IS LOVEREUEL L. HOWE
I am ready to take you to any place of safety you can name, for my promise is as strong as an iron shackle.
THE FAIR MAID OF PERTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
The tires want settin' and 'tis all loose-jointed, so I can hear it shackle the other side o' the ridge.
There is now an opportunity offered to both, to shake off this shackle for ever.
His astonishment increased, and his inclination to shackle me with the trappings of his own grandeur grew more intense.
LADY EUREKA, V. 1 (OF 3)ROBERT FOLKESTONE WILLIAMS

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