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- n. Plural form of time-lock.
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There were invented time-locks, electronic barriers and impenetrable walls and they were built into the prisons.
"Number three-forty-five-A, please," his companion was saying to the young woman custodian, and he stood aside and admired the workmanship of the complicated time-locks while the two entered the electric-lighted vault and jointly opened one of the multitude of small safes.
Thus, the time-locks in ders of intelligence, he can begin to vibrations and emanation energy space, time and energy are pieces the mind are thrown open. induce enzyme reactions with com - levels, thermodynamic and elastic of a greater whole which modulates 43
They are also bypassing the need to defeat intruder alarms, remote monitoring, and time-locks by getting the 'victim' to be the robber during office hours.