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- n. Plural form of lock.
- n. A piece of hair.
- n. Dreadlocks.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lock.
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Well, we are very much encouraged, when we look at our, what we call our locks and applications, certainly looks strong going into the second quarter.
Whereas, the use of anti-circumvention measures to by pass these locks is often prohibited; and
A head followed, thatched with long elfin locks, and then a face, with roguish black eyes, lined with the marks of wildwood's laughter.
Tim Wu: Relying on digital locks is one business model, but certainly not the only or best one for all creators.
I was completely taken with these locks from the height of the Republic of Ragusa, of which Dubrovnik was the capital.
The calls for them to scrunch their locks is nonetheless clamorous, due to the sheer success of the scheme.
My brain locks up in one of those cognitive dissonance moments – why is this beautiful creature hawking donuts at six in the morning to all these walking cadavers?
Locks and gates and double locks and combination codes and chain locks on every door sort of thing.
But once you look past the Ben Franklin locks, you see that once again, Jim has reached deep inside, past all the Firemarshall Bills, past the Ace Venturas, and given us yet again a heartfelt and touching performance.
During the next election, voting for first-year-eligible players Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. as Hall of Fame locks is a no-brainer, but the cerebral cortex will be stretched to the limit when considering another group: The first (official) Steroids Class of 2007.
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