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someone who makes or repairs locks

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The butler was awaiting my arrival; he had received by the same post as mine a registered letter of instruction, and had sent at once for a locksmith and a carpenter.
Just before we reached Fenchurch Street Lord Godalming said to me, "Quincey and I will find a locksmith.
My title will make it all right with the locksmith, and with any policeman that may come along.
While the locksmith alighted, the traveller had regained his saddle, from which he now confronted the old man, who, moving as the horse moved in chafing under the tightened rein, kept close beside him.
No masquerading tricks,' said the locksmith, 'and tales at the club to-morrow, how Gabriel Varden was frightened by a surly voice and a dark night.
Finding that further resistance would only involve him in a personal struggle with an antagonist by no means to be despised, the traveller threw back his coat, and stooping down looked steadily at the locksmith.
The ruddy features of the locksmith so set off and heightened the excessive paleness of the man on horseback, that he looked like a bloodless ghost, while the moisture, which hard riding had brought out upon his skin, hung there in dark and heavy drops, like dews of agony and death.
Well,' said the locksmith bluntly, 'I think you'll have your humour.
With that he put spurs to his horse, and rode away; at first plashing heavily through the mire at a smart trot, but gradually increasing in speed until the last sound of his horse's hoofs died away upon the wind; when he was again hurrying on at the same furious gallop, which had been his pace when the locksmith first encountered him.
for the honest locksmith, and a broad glare, suddenly streaming up, bespoke the goodness of the crackling log from which a brilliant train of sparks was doubtless at that moment whirling up the chimney in honour of his coming--when, superadded to these enticements, there stole upon him from the distant kitchen a gentle sound of frying, with a musical clatter of plates and dishes, and a savoury smell that made even the boisterous wind a perfume--Gabriel felt his firmness oozing rapidly away.
The merciful man, Joe,' said the locksmith, 'is merciful to his beast.
Regardless of whether it is required by the state or municipality from where they operate, all good locksmiths are insured and licensed.
This month, the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA) is encouraging landlords, who let property to students, to consult one of our approved locksmiths to carry out a security assessment.
West Chester desperately needed a retail locksmith store to provide expert services, advice and give consumers a choice other than the phony locksmiths working the area," said Herdman.
If you have recently moved, we advise that you contact a local Master Locksmiths Association-approved locksmith.