locksmith : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  someone who makes or repairs locks

  • Yes, these locks can be jimmied, but New York City locksmith Frank Persico thinks they're still worth it.
  • As she grew to childhood, the locksmith's daughter knew her father's friend, the future Dictator of Russia, by his Georgian nicknames.
  • Back to town went the tax collector and returned with a locksmith.
News & Articles


  • Lindsay Lohan in TVNZ
    Lindsay added on her page on the social networking site: "it was NOT the house of Samantha Ronson that a locksmith came to... and by the way-who cares?? THERE ARE MORE IMPORTANT THINGS GOING ON IN THIS WORLD THAN A LOCKSMITH @ A HOUSE. TURN ON THE...
  • Peter Beattie in The Australian
    In terms of a locksmith, for example, I would think everyone would want to ensure that a locksmith doing work at their place wasn't a criminal,Mr Beattie said.
  • Joshua Clottey in Joy Online
    That was when the March issue of ESPN: The Magazine hit the stands, with a story ("The Substitute") on Clottey that described DeJesus as a "part-time locksmith and long-time boxing satellite" and conveyed the distinct impression that as he heads...

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