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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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An electronic anklet mechanism that merchants claim might save lives in domestic violence conditions is under review in Tasmania.
According to the report of the Criminal Lab of the Dubai Police, the examination of the pair of anklets and the baby's clothes revealed that they contained stains of sulphuric acid, which is a chemical substance that could cause skin burn and damage.
The alcohol-sniffing anklets, known as SCRAMx (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor), are monitoring offenders 24/7 pretrial to keep the high-risk group from re-offending, and the program is at no cost to the taxpayers.
Those anklets are used when you have somebody who might flee.
The female bird, which is a speckled brown colour, was fitted with hunting anklets which clearly distinguish it from any of its wild counterparts.
Pilot GPS projects are popping up in jurisdictions across the country, and more than 30 states are now slapping anklets on paroled sex offenders.
The gold objects, which include necklaces, crowns and anklets (such as these two, below), date from the eighth century BC, and constitute some of the finest jewellery of the early ancient world--but they have hardly been seen.
Like most classical dancers, they were heavily made-up, brightly costumed, and adorned with bangles, bell anklets, earrings, and rings.
A variety of earrings, necklaces, pins and anklets all come with a velvet pouch to store both the jewelry and oil.
Soon, anklets could be locked onto Tasmanians on bail, convicted criminals on home detention, or high-risk family violence offenders.