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mortice

British variant of mortise.
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Mortice said the acquisition, which is expected to be immediately earnings enhancing, further expands the company's UK footprint and is in line with its acquisitive and organic growth strategy, as outlined on 22 April 2015.
More men - and boys - are pictured at their benches making what look like mortice locks, of the sort which were often fitted to interior doors in houses of a Twenties and Thirties vintage.
To reinforce a mortice lock against forced entry, fix metal plates to the area around it on both sides of the door.
A variety of moulding planes will be sold in lots comprising small quantities, while the collection also includes mortice gauges, brass-topped levels, screwdrivers, sets of chisels and a variety of old trade catalogues and collectors' books.
Scottish merchant David Mortice added a wing for a library at his own expense in 1881.
We looked like an ag station because Dennis Mortice was on our marketing team.
Those skills would stand you in good stead for the rest of your life, saving you the expense of a handyman when you needed to put up shelves, fit a mortice lock or build some fitted wardrobes.
Mortice, who had earlier presided over Ballet Rambert's switch from classic ballet to modern dance, was not an altogether happy fit for The Royal Ballet.