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- n. Agent noun of lockpick: one who lockpicks.
- n. A device used to pick locks; a lockpick.
The idea that it's OK to learn to pick locks "takes a little bit getting used to than anything else," said Jeffrey Drucker, of Allston, a member of the Somerville club and a lockpicker since December.
Winners at its contests take only one prize – pride in being the best lockpicker.
I'm now a proficient seamster and locksmith (read: lockpicker).
Winners at its contests take only one prize - pride in being the best lockpicker.
Winners at its contests take only one prize _ pride in being the best lockpicker.
In this July 2, 2010 photo, competitive lockpicker Schuyler Towne sorts through a variety of locks that his students will attempt to pick during a competitive lockpicking class he leads in Somerville, Mass.
[Deviant Ollam], lockpicker and beverage cooling contest host, was recently in Vienna, presumably for DeepSec.
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