case lock

case lock

A surface-mounted lock, such as a box lock.
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In the case Lock v British Gas, Mr Lock was a salesperson who was paid in the main on the number of sales he made, not the amount of time it took to achieve the sales, and that constituted almost 60 per cent of his overall salary package.
Even with the padlock I use as backup, if they can get the integral case lock to open they might be able to pry one end of the case open far enough to shake something out.
The solution can be used to identify and analyze trends or gather real-time information related to multiple aspects of pharmacovigilance operations including case volume, site performance, specific products or groups, workflow repetitions, and time to case lock.
Her friends had to carry their own luggage to the mini bus that would take them home, which was 'miles away', so Jessica thought it was best to just leave her case locked in the room and inform staff.
She says her friends had to carry their own luggage to the mini bus that would take them home, which was 'miles away', so Jessica thought it was best to just leave her case locked in the room and inform staff.
The Florida Bar this year filed a complaint against Bernardo Roman III for allegedly making a false 911 call in an attempt to get his opposing counsel in a legal malpractice case locked up.
The case locks the phone at perfect angles by providing a sturdy rear support.
Hattrick backgammon sets, popular with professional players, are offered with white, blue, red or green leather playing fields, marbleized acrylic playing pieces and gold-plated case locks at www.zontikgames.com.
The jurors spent almost the whole of the 18th day of the spot-fixing case locked away in a room adjacent to the court, it added.
The friction of the case locks the chamber (and therefore the barrel) to the case as they both recoil together--as long as the pressure is high enough.

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