window lock


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Noun1.window lock - a lock attached to the sashes of a double hung window that can fix both in the shut position
lock - a fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
window - a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
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The new products are the improved sliding window lock and wrench, and Hang-Ups--an over-the-door hanger strip for laundry rooms that easily installs onto most door entries.
NEW MILL: Dec 12 - Burglar smashes window, reaches in and uses key left in window lock to unlock window and enter.
Window next to flat roof: If you have a flat roof, make sure that any windows within reach have the relevant window lock and are perhaps fortified.
In fact, InterHome could also boost home security-by connecting door and window lock sensors to the computer, it can send a text message to the homeowner if they have forgotten to lock the front door, for instance.
He unscrewed the window lock and escaped down the roof.
The Outmans bought and tested a regular escape ladder, but they discovered their daughter was too small to reach the window lock.
Then window lock fabricator Archibald Kenrick & Sons appointed Citigate's to raise its profile in the trade and business press.
They cut the window lock on the car and released the tot, to the relief of her distressed mum.
A strong window lock could therefore be worth its weight in gold.
Unless you have a window lock that's wired up to the mains and "fries" anyone who attempts to touch it, they're no deterrent.
A professionally-installed and clearly visible burglar alarm and door and window lock may make burglars think twice about attempting to get in to your property.
Mrs Finney blamed a faulty window lock for the accident.