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BURGLAR. One who commits a burglary. (q. v.)

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The important factors driving the global burglar alarm market growth include the popularity of smart homes and adoption of smartphones as well as smart devices.
Albany, NY, November 25, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Burglar alarms are considered among the most widely used security devices in today's world.
Before you go on holiday you can register your details with the council along with a key holder for your burglar alarm. This means the council or police can get in touch quickly with the friend or neighbour so the alarm can be switched off as quickly as possible if it goes off while you're away.
Commission on my first burglar alarm sale was spent in one night celebrating that first sale, pubs, clubs and a curry if I remember rightly.
On the evening of February 23, 2002, the burglar alarm went off at Damon Stoudamire's house in Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Then there's "the Dad-person." What does it mean when you're in a house and the burglar alarm goes off?
on April 9th, the security company monitoring the shop called to inform Staley that a burglar alarm indicated a break-in was occurring.
Installing a burglar alarm will create noise and reduce ``working time'' for the burglar.
"Leishmania have to have a way of ringing the doorbell without triggering the burglar alarm,' Edelson says.
Q I really want to install a burglar alarm in my house before I go on holiday but I can't really afford to spend a lot of money on it.
A separate poll of 1,670 householders by Halifax showed that 34 per cent who had a burglar alarm fitted to their home said they rarely activated it.