1 "Then put your hand here," he said, with a smile, motioning with his manacled wrists towards his chest.
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2 This afternoon he wasn't Giles Oliver come to see the villagers act their annual pageant; manacled to a rock he was, and forced passively to behold indescribable horror.
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3 He sank with a deep groan on the settee and buried his face in his manacled hands.
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4 We entered the gloomy prison chamber and beheld Justine sitting on some straw at the farther end; her hands were manacled, and her head rested on her knees.
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5 He was taken on board, and instantly manacled at the wrists and ankles.
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6 "Come, come," said Andrea, "sheathe your sword, my fine fellow; there is no occasion to make such a fuss, since I give myself up;" and he held out his hands to be manacled.
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7 She was so evidently the victim of the civilization which had produced her, that the links of her bracelet seemed like manacles chaining her to her fate.
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