Latch Sentence Examples
Someone stopped at the gate, and the latch rattled as someone tried to open it.
Her fingers found the door latch.
He told us to lift the latch of the street door.
As soon as I'd picked up the fare and set it down in our cell, the door slammed behind me and the latch was dropped.
The latch plate is restored by a leaf spring attached to the latch plate and tensioned against part of the gravity-switch bracket.Advertisement
Most newer car seats come with the LATCH (lower anchor and tethers for children) system.
The doors latch, which is a great idea!
Put the crochet hook or latch tool under the strand between the edge st and the next st and pull gently.
Will take a standard square bar to turn a standard latch or lock.
These covers securely latch onto the pool deck or fit into tracks along the pool edge.Advertisement
A rim latch (Yale) lock will not suffice on its own.
Hinged Lids-If you have purchased a toy box, new or old, that has a lid on it, you will need to make sure that it has a safety latch preventing it from slamming down on a little one's head or hands.
Next, test the latch on the door handle.
Many people believe that the conscious mind can alter reality and even dedicate their lives to meditation and prayer, while others latch on to the next great fear and worry.
A simple night latch lock does not provide adequate security on its own.Advertisement
Shortly before the half hour mark the game livened up when Luke Prince charged into the area to latch onto a Jenkins pass.
These bicarbonate ions immediately latch onto a section of the crocodiles ' hemoglobin molecules, forcing the hemoglobin to release its attached oxygen.
More often than not this door will have a rim night latch fitted to it which does not deadlock and is next to glass.
So details such as stable paviors, latch doors, exposed beams and wood floors are much in evidence.
Drop and latch up to form ribbing, as for back.Advertisement
Knit 19 rows and latch up in 1x1 ribbing for a cuff.
The bi-directional tri-state latch 69 and tri-state latch 69 and tri-state buffer 57 are controlled to operate in unison by the bus control logic 49.
These are received upon a railway made of two strips of angle iron of the proper gauge for the wheels, and are locked fast by a latch falling over their ends.
Many accidents have arisen from horses rushing through a gateway directly the latch is released, or from their jumping a gate at which they have been pulled up to enable the rider to open it.
The bi-directional tri-state latch 69 and tri-state buffer 57 are controlled to operate in unison by the bus control logic 49.Advertisement
We twiddle the dial on our internal radio hoping to latch onto something we can hear.
Learning to help your baby latch on can take practice.
Some babies refuse to latch onto the breast, especially if they are fed from a bottle (which is easier to suck) early on.
For cribs, make sure the railing works, and the latch won't slip.
Attach the piece you have just removed to the barrel with hinges on one side and a latch on the other.
You can add a hinge to the window frame and a latch to secure it against the wind, or simply weigh it down with bricks.
Add a hinge to the back and to the window and the latch and you have a basic cold frame.
It became the known as the Bernat Mill in the 1960s when Bernat began to manufacture latch hook kits.
Increasing the safety factor of the chair, a special latch ensures stability in the proper position.
A chair that has a safety latch will help ensure proper set up.
The Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) system in cars manufactured after September 1, 2002, should be used.
Pacifier use may prevent infants from learning how to latch onto their mother's breast, resulting in poor feedings and sore nipples.
When the time came during the funeral to close the casket, the funeral assistant and pallbearers were struggling to latch it closed.
If you are having difficulty getting your baby to latch on, try to express a drop of milk for him/her to lick off.
The key to successful nursing is getting your baby to latch on successfully.
These kinds of gates can easily prevent an exploring toddler from reaching up and trying to undo the latch; this is perfect for keeping them safe.
The latch on the inward handle can break or stick after time.
The design does n't let these latch, so a splodge of glue was squeezed on, and it had n't done the trick.
The swim trunks themselves offer a latch closure with two side-pockets and a zipper-closed back pocket.
If the latch has come loose, it will send a signal to the microwave that the door is still open preventing it from operating.
When the main handle is pushed inward, the latch on the interior handle releases and opens the microwave door.
Other designs have a gasket lid with latch straps to secure the lead for easy transport without spills.
Negative feelings latch on to each other, so it's critical to learn how to get rid of jealousy.
Crayola, in partiuclar, has a bounty of products that little kids can really latch onto.
Stabilicers stay on with adjustable Velcro fasteners that latch onto the ankle and forefoot.
Owners have reported difficulty in accommodating three carseats per row, and the second row does not offer LATCH for a third carseat.
She took the phone from him, avoiding his gaze as she put it back in the holster and hooked the Velcro latch.
He clutched the wet door handle, the click of the latch bringing his mind back to the present.
She closed the lid and ran her fingers across the dull copper latch.
She turned the wooden latch and threw the door open, ducking as a chicken flew over her head.
The barn door was wide open, the latch torn loose - probably by the wind.
Turning Ed toward the gate, he leaned over, lifted the latch and pushed it open.
For bathrooms, we recommend adding a safety latch to the toilet seats and/or leave toilet seats down and the bathroom door shut at all times.Babies are top-heavy and accidents do happen in the blink of an eye.
Philodendrons have broad green or green and white leaves and they grow long tendrils that don't usually latch on to thing but can be trained to wind around bookshelves, on strings or basically wherever you'd like a little bit of color.
A hook-and-eye or sliding latch will be enough to keep sudden gusts of wind or curious raccoons from opening the lid and possibly breaking the glass.
Do this before the plant grows in the spring so the clematis can latch onto and grow over the new support; you won't have to dislodge it or disrupt it at all.
Similarly, if you have to install six carseats to transport a van-load of young kids, you'll want a van that has the necessary LATCH (lower anchors and tethers for children) capability.
The graphics were way ahead of any other portable system out there, but the innate cult following were the only gamers to really latch onto the capabilities.