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padlock

[′pad‚läk]
(design engineering)
An unmounted lock with a shackle that can be opened and closed; the shackle is usually passed through an eye, then closed to secure a hasp.
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He was 29, the same age as I am now, and we put a padlock on the bridge in memory of him.
He said: "My cousin died there 19 months ago and we put a padlock on the bridge in memory of him.
The Chief Registrar, Mrs Taiwo Olatokun who arrived Ikeja High Court could not gain access to her office as the main door of the administrative building was also put in chain and padlock.
His report advised removing the padlock from our electrical panel.
Such an assay method does exist in the form of padlock probes.
Following directives issued by the MQM-P central leaders, the Rabita Committee member Waseem Khokhar said that computers and important documents were missing when they broke the padlock with police assistance.
STAFF at a Labour social club had to use an angle grinder to get into the building after a padlock was Superglued to the gate.
A BIRMINGHAM bridge has attracted even more romantic couples declaring their love by adding a padlock to the parapet.
The 3i-1510-4 iSeries Waterproof Utility Case measures 15" x 10.5" x 4.5" internally, and features 2 patented trigger-release latches and 2 reinforced padlock loops for customer-supplied padlocks.
The Tapplock One Plus was introduced at CES 2108 as the company's second generation smart padlock that boasts of a 0.8 second response time and onboard intelligence that makes it more accurate and faster with each use.
Her colleague, Joseph Macharia, adds that if you have a strong door and burglar-proofed windows, the single most important article is the door lock or padlock.
Measuring 60" x 18" x 8" internally, the 3i-6018-8 features 6 easy-to-operate "trigger release" latches, 6 reinforced padlock loops (for customer-supplied padlocks), and a tow handle and quiet-glide wheels for maximum comfort and convenience in transport.