rattan cane

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Noun1.rattan cane - the stem of various climbing palms of the genus Calamus and related genera used to make wickerwork and furniture and canes
cane - a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
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He wore second-hand kid gloves, in good repair, and carried a small rattan cane with a curved handle--a female leg--of ivory.
Ex-club DJ Ye Ming Yuen, who went to [pounds sterling]37,000-a-year Westminster School, will be flogged 24 times with a 4ft-long rattan cane while partially naked and tied to a large wooden trestle.
Police have confiscated a backscratcher, rattan cane, and plastic pipe, among other items.
"Under the sharia rules, they will be whipped with a rattan cane on their back with their clothes on while they are seated."
Murio's 'Peanut Hang-up' is a coat hook fashioned from solid rattan cane. Cut, twisted, and stained, it is wall decor in itself.The face of this drum table from South Sea Veneer plays on the ever-evolving chevron pattern.
For the next 16 years I suffered the tawse (leather strap) in infant school, the cane in primary school and, it appeared, any implement teachers could get their hands on in secondary school, including rattan cane, leather strap, wooden yardstick, blackboard dusters, gym shoes, bunsen burner tubes and of course the odd slap on the head.
Sand swished, and under my cap brim appeared a polished rattan cane, gleaming oxblood Oxford shoes, dark tan slacks with a perfect "break" over the smooth toecaps.
Half-vested still, I stepped out on the porch, And there he stood and worked a rattan cane Beneath his thumb compulsively ...
The knowledgeable explained it to be a kind of cane found all along the southern part of Indian Ocean, the Rattan Cane.
Murders are rare, gun crime is nearly non-existent and drug possession of any kind is a serious offence leading to jail time and sometimes lashings with a rattan cane. Drug traffickers face the death penalty by hanging.
Anwar, who had repeated denied the accusation, could have faced up to 20 years in prison and whipping with a rattan cane accorsing to the country's rules had he been found guilty of the crime.
The government said this first-ever corporal punishment of women was more to shame than to injure - the flesh-lifting rattan cane used, having been condemned by Amnesty International.