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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Old handcuffs
  Display of old handcuffs, Tatton Park Flower Show, 2010
  Old handcuffs
  Hiatt type 2010 handcuffs. Circa 1990s

Question 2: Oversized handcuffs are available from a number of manufacturers, as are juvenile-sized restraints, though none of the latter in current production are approved for use by the ________ National Institute of Justice.
PhilippinesAlaskaUnited StatesCanada

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Hiatt type 104 "Darby" handcuffs and key. Circa 1950s
  Universal handcuff key
  Hiatt type 2010 handcuffs. Circa 1990s
  Hiatt type 104 "Darby" handcuffs and key. Circa 1950s

Question 4: This is because Kazuyoshi Miura who had been arrested brought a successful case to court arguing that being pictured in handcuffs implied ________, and had prejudiced the trial[3].
ShameAngerGuiltEnvy

Question 5: Police handcuffs are sometimes used in sexual bondage and ________ activities.
Erotic spankingBDSMProstitutionHuman sexuality

Question 6: [1] This is why escaping from handcuffs is a common stunt performed by magicians or skilled criminals, perhaps most famously ________.
Bess HoudiniHarry HoudiniDavid Copperfield (illusionist)Dorothy Dietrich

Question 7: In ________, if someone is photographed or filmed while handcuffed, their hands have to be pixelated if it is used on TV or in the newspapers.
CanadaUnited KingdomJapanCambodia

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Standard type legirons made in Taiwan
  Old handcuffs
  Hiatt type 104 "Darby" handcuffs and key. Circa 1950s
  Display of old handcuffs, Tatton Park Flower Show, 2010

Question 9: They can be carried in large quantities by soldiers and ________ and are therefore well-suited for situations where many may be needed, such as during large-scale protests and riots.
PoliceLawCommon lawSharia

Question 10: Handcuffs are restraint devices designed to secure an individual's ________ close together.
Upper limbWristShoulderElbow
















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