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Mortise

In printing, a hole cut into a block or plate so type can be inserted.
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COM and DIRECT LINE also offer 5 per cent off for a mortice lock.
Mortice said that the acquisition is in line with its strategy of expanding its geographical footprint and growing the business through targeted acquisitions, as well as organically, and follows on from the acquisition of UK-based Office and General Group Ltd.
You need two locks - a deadlatch cylinder lock and a five-lever mortice deadlock.
Most wooden doors have a mortice deadlock and night latch.
EDGERTON: August 14 bodily force used to push front doors to house to release both Yale and Mortice locks in order to gain entry.
Website reader Akasha Du Mortice said: "People do not want their politicians to be funny.
Doors should be fitted with a five lever mortice lock and all frames, locks and fittings should conform to British Standards.
Techie info: the hardwood door panels are factory-glazed with 24mm Low E insulating glass units; finished with brushed stainless steel hardware; have keylockable drop bolts, night latch and mortice lock; 54mm engineered construction and are available in a choice of configurations.
Their fears come amid a 30 per cent sales jump in burglar alarms, 32 per cent in window latches and 26 per cent in mortice locks.
Internal doors traditionally have a small latch known as a mortice latch, used to keep doors closed but it cannot be locked.
Each room will cost around pounds 1,800 to fit out with alarms, CCTV cameras, mortice locks, smoke alarms, security lights and reinforced doors and windows.
When looking at a front door, security is a major factor - it should be solid and fitted with mortice deadlocks that comply with British Standards