hand and foot
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Sundin's only company that day was a sheriff's deputy and shackles around his hands and feet.
The Detroit Red Wings have taken to livening up practices by introducing obstacle courses that simultaneously challenge players’ brains, hands and feet.
Weaver, shackled at the hands and feet, appeared in court Tuesday afternoon before Bessemer Cutoff District Judge Eric Fancher Sr.
Think of them as a sheet mask for your hands and feet.
With slopes angled at a 2:1 ratio, or 26.5 degrees, the mounds are steep enough to earn respect, but not enough to cause vertigo or the urge to scramble on hands and feet.
The group only permitted him to sell clothing that covered a woman's entire body from head to toe, including hands and feet.
When deputies knocked on the door, Waddell answered, wearing a T-shirt and boxers and had blood on his hands and feet, according to the affadavit.
And then dine on five-star cuisine in the evenings and be waited on hand and foot?
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before 12th century
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