doorlock


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Noun1.doorlock - a lock on an exterior door
car door - the door of a car
exterior door, outside door - a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building
lock - a fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
night latch - doorlock operated by a knob on the inside and a key on the outside
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Muller, "Augmented reality for construction tasks: Doorlock assembly," Proc.
The defendant admitted causing criminal damage to Mr Farrer's Peugeot 307, a house doorlock and plants and also pleaded guilty to a harassment charge.
Adding $100 to the basic order gives the DoorLock function for unlocking house doors.
Above: Penmaenmawr-born Oxford physics professor Gareth Roberts, had invented a voice-activated doorlock for Margaret Thatcher that was so foolproof that even impressionist Janet Brown impersonating the PM was unable to open it, and was also praised for his series of Christmas children''s science lectures The Home of the Future in 1989 Left: Uplands in Prestatyn, pictured in May 1996, former retirement home of astronomer Thomas Thorp (1850-1914).
I entered the code on the doorlock. Always the same, 2-4-3.
Products include DigiPad (signature capture), BioMouse (fingerprint PC mouse), BioLock (fingerprint doorlock), BioScan (PCMC-IA card) and others.
and by the back of yr hand juss souf of the knuckles you cd feel the cold mental of the doorlock and they'd left the long black key w/ its flat Egyptian eye in it.
The system can be configured to support pocket paging devices, security doorlock functions, fire alarms, and telephone systems.
are likely to pursue product testing, using the chip for such applications as doorlock systems, cellular phones, and driver's licenses.