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My mother shared her general suspicion of locksmiths.
Anderson will join Bill Neff, a locksmith, who is also looking to challenge U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker, who is seeking a second term.
Alan Butrico owns the house next door and a locksmith business two doors down.
Alberto Vallespín, 44, who owns a locksmith’s shop in central Barcelona, is from an old Catalan family but worries about the effect on his business, which has suppliers and customers in other parts of Spain.
One of LifeWallet’s programs is Sugar Smart for Life, in which the locksmith participated.
The first takes place in a car, after Alanis, her phone gone and needing a locksmith to open her door, has called a client.
The locksmith had been replacing broken locks at an accounting office when the rumbling started around him.
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Definition of locksmith for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to make and repair locks
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