window catch

window catch

A fastening device, fixed to a window sash, to prevent it from being opened from the outside.
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Within a minute, Mrs Beatrice Jackson heard the unsettling sound of the window catch.
Uncertainty is mounting over their futures and it would send out the wrong signal to pick them ahead of Tuanzebe just as the winter window catch is about to be unlocked.
The argument is strengthened by the timing - the January window catch is about to be unlocked.
Dai had wrenched the curtains open and was grappling, one-handed, with the window catch. His free hand held two steaming mugs of tea, a plate of toast balanced on top.
On my way to school my mum would often send me via the council yard to report a faulty window catch or dodgy tap.
Window catch: Can be fixed on windows that open inwards, outwards or also those that are turned or pushed up, a window catch, available for around Dh20-35 reduces the risk of falling out of a window.
Says Andy: "A lot of businesses just won't look at small jobs, whether it's putting up shelves, doing some pointing, fixing a door that won't close, or mending something that has broken like a window catch."
"I don't know too many other places where you can catch a limit of spring chinook right outside the industrial downtown - or watch people out your office window catch salmon."
And luck was with these 21st century improvers when they found an old window catch, in the earth, just where it had fallen, under one of the windows.
Tenders are invited for Window Catch Bar For Beml Coaches Lh And Rh, Qty.
Intruder smashed rear casement window with stone, climbed on garden chair and reached inside releasing window catch and opening window.
Birmingham Magistrates' Court heard how the dog had been tethered to a window catch on a balcony and probably fell over the edge when he chased a bird.