Lock [noun]

Definition of Lock:

device that fastens and bars free passage

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On top of that we run what’s called the dynamic paywall, which is a lock on stories regardless of their content category, but based more on your habits on the Daily Beast.

These small compounds lock into place with water molecules, like a key in a lock, to prevent ice from forming.

There, the chemicals fit like a key into receptors — molecules that are like locks.

Ceramic dryers can increase volume and reduce dryness in thin, fine hair, but might leave something to be desired for those with fuller locks.

On top of those functions, it’s equipped with a 30-minute keep warm setting, control lock, turbo defrost, and more.

Keep your lock screen secureYour phone’s lock screen is the first barrier against unauthorized access.

We went to look at a house but instead of getting the key from the lock box she ran and jumped through the window chanting USA USA, and told me to follow her if I was a patriot.

Factor in lumbar support, tilt tension and tilt lock, and you’ve got a superior ergonomic office chair that mimics some of the better-known brands for a fraction of the price.

Ballots are being left in lock boxes, hopefully they count them.

So if you, your spouse, and your kid all have the same smart home app on your phones, all with geofencing turned on, it’ll only put your lights and locks into “Away” mode when all three of you are out of the house.