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I was wondering where I could find out if the police are runnung any lock-smith classes in my area and/or window fitting courses.
He might have been anything from a picture-frame maker to a lock-smith; an employer of labour in a small way.
The secret was of the greatest importance; it is not to be wondered at if Champlain's trusty pilot, Captain Testu, deemed it proper to draw the founder of Quebec aside into the neighbouring wood and make known to him the villanous plot which one of the accomplices, Antoine Natel, lock-smith, had first disclosed to him under the greatest secrecy.
They got a lock-smith for the props, an iron-worker for the fasteners, and a carpenter for the rests.
Born in a low income family in the Western part of Jutland, Richard became a skilled lock-smith, then worked at various factories, before he became trucker and tourist chauffeur.
I got G. Farmer (who was a most ingenious lock-smith, and dwelt in Bowlane) to make a saw to cut the iron bars in sunder, I mean to saw them, and aqua fortis besides.
Tell him, please, that the lock on the school-room door is broken, and I'd be greatly obliged if he would send up a lock-smith to mend it. "
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