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anklet

; elastic brace manufactured elasticated ankle support substituting for a 'figure of eight' bandage; used in the treatment of ankle instability
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With the grant money, the department could put ankle bracelets on as many as 600 high-risk sex offenders.
Hills Paris Specials: 4-1 Nicole Ritchie to be snapped with a sympathy bracelet, 20-1 Paris to keep the bracelet on because she is 'attached' to it, 33-1 Ankle bracelet Top Toy at Christmas, 50-1 Barbie to bring out a ankle bracelet accessory.
A reinforced ankle bracelet with a computer chip will be attached to an asylum seeker who will have to pay for the tag.
To allow authorities to track them street by street, offenders wear ankle bracelets and carry mobile receivers that use signals from satellites to calculate their exact location.
The hospital has since turned to ankle bracelets (which don't fall off as easily) and is testing a clamp that attaches to an infant's umbilical cord.
Fitted with electronic ankle bracelets (for which each had to pay $4.
This backdrop is likened to the ornaments married women in India are supposed to wear -- colorful sans, ankle bracelets, a bindi dot (called tip in Bengali) on the forehead, and a vermilion-paste marriage mark in the parting of the hair.
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Labour's Kelvin Davis has requested the government to strengthen ankle bracelets so offenders will not be able to cut them off.
Buddi Tag ankle bracelets track cons via satellite and are used by a growing number of police forces in England and Wales.
Three decades after they were introduced as a crime-fighting tool, electronic ankle bracelets used to track an offender's whereabouts have proliferated so much that officials are struggling to handle an avalanche of monitoring alerts that are often nothing more sinister than a dead battery, lost satellite contact or someone arriving home late from work.
Cumbrian dairy farmer Robin Fisher is using the ankle bracelets, or pedometers, on his herd of 750 milking cows.