Enrique Sr. opened a lawn-mower shop and later became a locksmith.
She was trained as a locksmith and she knew about picking locks.
Will you, for No. 49, do the locksmith's house, which was described in No. 48?
The king had an iron safe in his palace, which the locksmith had betrayed.
She asked him sharply why he had not brought the locksmith to open the street door as well as that of the wardrobe?
Then I went to a locksmith's, and there I was appreciated, and became foreman.
The business of a thorough-bred sailor is a special calling, as much of a regular trade as a carpenter's or locksmith's.
The locksmith, wearing a dirty apron, looked up from his work.
"I hope it won't be needful to call in the locksmith again, Parfitt," said the master.
The examples of the locksmith's art shown are of great beauty and excellence.