safebreaker


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Noun1.safebreaker - a thief who breaks open safes to steal valuable contentssafebreaker - a thief who breaks open safes to steal valuable contents
stealer, thief - a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it
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Each one is fiendishly different, a bewildering system of interlocking dials that require the skill of a safebreaker to unlock.
40 1 LADY ECLAIR (IRE) (J Fanning) EvensF 2 Birkside (7-1) 3 Safebreaker (15-2) 6 ran 3, hd.
Safebreaker has started the year in fantastic form on the all-weather and is taken to open his turf account in the Pontefract Apprentice Handicap.
Darlington Football Club chairman George Reynolds is worth pounds 216 million - a lot more than he ever made as a convicted safebreaker.
The safebreaker from the Gorbals, in Glasgow, was convicted of her murder.
One of the subjects, Dick Albert, is described as "a general all round thief and safebreaker.
A drop in trip appears to have worked the oracle for Safebreaker and he is fancied to complete a hat-trick in the Mix Business With Pleasure Handicap.
A DROP in trip appears to have worked the oracle for Safebreaker, and he is fancied to complete a hat-trick in the Mix Business With Pleasure Handicap at Kempton.
Especially looked most progressive when holding Safebreaker by a length with the pair putting clear daylight between themselves and the rest of the field.
A DROP in trip appears to have worked the oracle for Safebreaker, and he is fancied to complete a hattrick in the Mix Business With Pleasure Handicap at Kempton.
Champion jockey Ryan Moore was involved in a dead-heat at York but his brother Joshua did even better when winning the closing Bollinger Champagne Handicap on Safebreaker for Kevin Ryan.
Landed his double with SAFEBREAKER (4-1) nap and ADVANCED (2-1)