safety-deposit love


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  • n. a fireproof metal strongbox (usually in a bank) for storing valuables


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  • Over at the shiny silver safety-deposit boxes, an almost unfeasibly good-looking young woman is depositing her jewels.

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  • In concept, it is similar to having money in a safety-deposit box at a bank, rather than a checking account.

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  • In the past, gold would be bought from a dealer, perhaps in coins, and stored in a safety-deposit box or home safe.

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  • “We have no safety-deposit boxes or facilities for really big sums of money,” Lambert said.

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  • Approximately thirty to thirty-five feet long and half as wide—like the safety-deposit room in one of the large city banks—it contained the most ancient and valuable artworks and artifacts in Europe.


  • “I made a copy of everything and placed it in a safety-deposit box at a bank!”


  • He even had $800,000 in a safety-deposit box that she was able to get to.

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  • Banit made a quick stop at his safety-deposit box to get his fake ID and passport.

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  • Meet me downstairs in the safety-deposit vault in one hour.

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  • These are ownership documents for a safety-deposit box.

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