time lock

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time lock

n.
A lock, as for a bank vault, containing a mechanism that prevents its being opened before a fixed time.

time′ lock`


n.
a lock, as for the door of a bank vault, equipped with a mechanism that makes it impossible to operate within certain hours.
Translations

time lock

nZeitschloss nt
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But the time-locked safe won't open until 6am and having taken hostages, they're forced to front the shop until dawn.
According to the Doctor, the events there are time-locked and must not be changed.
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Using a simple step-by-step Wizard approach, a software developer can quickly and easily create a custom time-locked version of a software application, which can then be widely distributed via Web sites and CD-ROMs.
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TimeLOCK for InstallShield provides a simple Wizard approach to creating a custom time-locked version of any Windows 95 application.
Prospective users can download time-locked full working versions, then evaluate and purchase the software without leaving their PC.