unpickable

unpickable

(ʌnˈpɪkəbəl)
adj
(of a lock, pocket, etc) not capable of being picked
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Ross Halket, executive director of automated system design sales at Schaefer Systems International, says the technology will only get better, so early adopters will have an advantage as the percentage of unpickable items shrinks.
He had taken five years to perfect a pair of handcuffs with a supposedly unpickable lock.
Steven Finn's apparent regression from white-ball wonder to an unpickable passenger on this tour is another query which can be levelled at the coaching personnel.
Sri Lanka's all-round skills in batting and bowling, with unpickable spinner Ajantha Mendis back after a long injury lay-off, make them strong favourites.
to disappear slowly beyond some bush or shrub starred with white bloom--jasmine, spiraea, honeysuckle, perhaps myriad scentless unpickable Cherokee roses .
The first section and the fourth might be connected in that both are, perhaps, apocryphal: Jesus picking unpickable figs and lecturing his elders on alef derives from a Gospel excluded from the canon, and Lawrence's "visit to Tuke at Falmouth in 1922 is unattested except by Tuke's painting of him as Aircraftsman Ross at Clouds Hill" (147).
Tenders are invited for Minor Almirah Of Size-50 Height X 30 Width X 17 Depth, With 02 Doors And With 02 Way Bolting Device Controlled By An Unpickable Lock.
e locksmith was Nathaniel Hart and he had taken ve years to perfect a pair of handcus with a supposedly unpickable lock.
Next comes Jozy Altidore, whose lack of movement or goals renders him almost unpickable up front.
If he had, he might be challenging Onions as Division One's leading wicket-taker this season, but with 68 the Gateshead-born fast bowler is looking as uncatchable as the England selectors bewilderingly seem to view him as unpickable.
Louis is also credited with inventing the first unpickable lock for luggage, an item which is still fitted as standard on Vuitton items today.