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safe-cracker

[ˈseɪfˌkrækəʳ] N (US) → ladrón/ona m/f de cajas fuertes
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Wolfgang (Max Riemelt) is a safe-cracking locksmith in Berlin who's connected to organized crime.
ACTOR James Ellis, alias Sergeant Bert Lynch of Z cars tried his hand at safe-cracking in Liverpool but the safe held out.
JEMIMA A Type of pancake B Safe-cracking tool C Elastic-sided boot who am I?
In police raids on homes in Madrid in January, cops found weapons, safe-cracking manuals and oxy-fuel cylinders used for cutting metal.
From the publisher: A career criminal from Chicago's South Side, Nick Mason got his start stealing cars and quickly graduated to safe-cracking and armed robbery.
As the sisters begin to squabble, with Leyla even indulging in a little bit of safe-cracking, young Jake becomes exasperated and decides to chuck all the money in the river.
The crackers are protected against safe-cracking thugs known as safe crackers by trade.
Smith--and many others--enjoy the code--or safe-cracking element of the top slice of the baton.
Even moments that stretch credence - like a very unusual spot of safe-cracking carried out by Hemingway to impress a gangster - is funny, despite its daftness.
But from his bizarre, opening rant about the masculinity in his trousers, this safe-cracking character is unlikable and the whole enterprise feels as if it's trying too hard to impress.
Law's safe-cracking character has spent his better years behind bars, though he hasn't lost his touch, as demonstrated in a scene where he wagers those family jewels of which he's so proud that he can open a newfangled digital safe in less than 10 minutes.
Out Thursday THIS thrilling tale of the bloody aftermath of a casino heist gone wrong reads as if it were written by an expert in safe-cracking and bank robbing - instead of a 22-year-old student.