cuff and stuff
 v.— «A weapon from one of the Somalis falls to the ground and is kicked away by one of the MPs. Both Somalis are handcuffed and taken away. “Cuffed and stuffed” as one of the Marines says.» —“On a rooftop in Somalia, dreams of New England” by Wil Haygood in Mogadishu, Somalia Boston Globe Dec. 25, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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