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LCKSLocks (street type)
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Sagaciously under their spectacles, did they peep into the holds of vessels Mighty was their fuss about little matters, and marvellous, sometimes, the obtuseness that allowed greater ones to slip between their fingers Whenever such a mischance occurred -- when a waggon-load of valuable merchandise had been smuggled ashore, at noonday, perhaps, and directly beneath their unsuspicious noses -- nothing could exceed the vigilance and alacrity with which they proceeded to lock, and double-lock, and secure with tape and sealing -- wax, all the avenues of the delinquent vessel.
Wait till I get hold of those elegant locks - see if I won't pull them a bit longer
He had also a lot of hair which tumbled over his forehead in heavy locks and made his thin face seem smaller.
And there behind her sat the lady's-maid, slowly combing out the long heavy locks of her young mistress's hair, with the sleepy resignation of a woman who had been engaged in that employment for some hours past.
Take them all back to prison and put double locks on the door.
Under his stringy black locks I saw his ear; it jumped upon me suddenly close to my face.
There was no advantage in locking ourselves up anywhere upstairs where the original doors and locks were much lighter.
And when she came to the meadow, she sat down upon a bank there, and let down her waving locks of hair, which were all of pure silver; and when Curdken saw it glitter in the sun, he ran up, and would have pulled some of the locks out, but she cried:
THE Warden of a Penitentiary was one day putting locks on the doors of all the cells when a mechanic said to him:
He, greatly admiring Belinda's shining locks, longs to possess one, and makes up his mind that he will.
When the time was ripe ten thousand locks wouldn't lock out what was to come.
You'll find some characters behind other locks, I don't say you won't; but if you want the top sawyer in such respects as I've mentioned, you must come to the Marshalsea.