lockfast

lockfast

(ˈlɒkˌfɑːst)
adj
Scot securely fastened with a lock
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All the lockfast places had been broken open in quest of the chart.
Besides what I have named, there was not another thing in that great, stone-vaulted, empty chamber but lockfast chests arranged along the wall and a corner cupboard with a padlock.
Partially sighted neighbour Sandra Weir, 40, has been charged with murder, trying to pervert the course of justice, trying to defeat the ends of justice, theft and theft by opening a lockfast place.
And he opened a lockfast place, and took out a round-bellied bottle with a long neck; the glass of it was white like milk, with changing rainbow colours in the grain.
The 2013/14 bulletin, the first published following the formation of Police Scotland, show a catch-all grouping for crimes of dishonesty which spans forgery, embezzlement, fraud, corruption, theft, shoplifting and numerous analogous offences covering housebreaking and opening lockfast places.
on site, suitable lockfast containers shall be used and sited at the contractor~s own expense all to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator.
At this moment, however, the rooms bore every mark of having been recently and hurriedly ransacked; clothes lay about the floor, with their pockets inside out; lockfast drawers stood open; and on the hearth there lay a pile of gray ashes, as though many papers had been burned.
The T50 (316L stainless steel housing with an integrated sanitary connection) and the M30 (standard 30-ram barrel) models are both approved for Class I, Division 2 applications when used with the appropriate mounting brackets and lockfast device.
Is there something in my subconscious that explains this attraction to lockfast places?
Box 386 Foam Padding Western Springs, IL 60558- 0386 Phone (800) 323-5547 Fax: (800) 547-4333 Lockfast, Inc.
He had no previous convictions but there were seven separate charges of theft -- six of which involved opening a lockfast place pending against him.