pocket watch

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Noun1.pocket watch - a watch that is carried in a small watch pocketpocket watch - a watch that is carried in a small watch pocket
watch, ticker - a small portable timepiece
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Choice and IGF Award Host Favorites Return as Double Fine's Tim Schafer helms Choice Awards and Pocketwatch Games' Andy Schatz takes the reigns for the IGF
Judd decided to go barefoot in her Houri Barahimi dress, while the groom wore a suit and pocketwatch, complete with a gun and holster.
OUTJ OF TIME Salvaged pocketwatch WARDROBE JWaistcoat TAKE n NOTE Cash from wreckage ON J A PLATE China rescued for the ship EYEJ SEE Glasses are part of lot CUPPAJ Third-class tea cup HANDS 3ON Pair of men's gloves TICKET ZPurser's tag TREASURE ZRecovered bracelet LOOKOUT JBinoculars JB DO J DOUGHBOYS Baker's hat
And if it's a stage" the Inspector continued, picking up a large gold pocketwatch and pointing to its face, "if it's there in its entirety, the script all written, so to speak, a kind of cyclorama which seems to move only because we, like these hands here, move through it, then it should be possible, if we could just overcome our perceptual limitations, to visit any part of it, including the no-longer and the not-yet
QI HAVE a small Dan Dare pocketwatch made by Ingersoll for the Eagle Comic which is in superb condition.
Philosopher David Hume said, it is almost preposterous to compare the universe to a watch as we know very little about the universe, and almost everything about a pocketwatch.
Pocketwatch Games' stylish co-op caper, Monaco, proved to be the big winner at the 2010 IGF, bringing in the coveted US$20,000 Seumas McNally Grand Prize for Best Independent Game, as well as the award for Excellence in Design.
A SILVER pocketwatch that sank to the seabed in a 19th century shipwreck will be returned to the family of the ship's captain - 128 years on.
You and I look at the clock or our watches, but before all these the pocketwatch was king and many people have a fascination for them.
Carefully tucked away amongst personal belongings is the pocketwatch given to my Grandfather as a wedding present by his in-laws, somewhere around a century ago.