carriage clock


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carriage clock

n
(Horology) a portable clock, usually in a rectangular case with a handle on the top, of a type originally used by travellers
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People will admit anything on telly for a free carriage clock.
A bejeweled and agate-mounted French carriage clock generated strong competition and finally brought $3,500 (est.
The losers receive PS5,000 for a good cause - not to mention the Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
Pip Schofield is back hosting the show where couples win money for charity and a carriage clock.
However, no one walks away empty-handed, as the losers each receive PS5,000 for a good cause - not to mention the much-coveted Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
But Hansen's gift for dissecting matches was not the corporation's only carriage clock and pension pot changing hands last night.
The other two couples take home PS5,000 each for their charity, with all couples receiving a coveted Mr & Mrs carriage clock for their mantelpiece.
When the crunch comes two years from now the majority will walk out with a carriage clock and cuddly toy as a thank you.
Which country was the centre for brass carriage clock making in the 19th century?
5cm (6in) gilded presentation carriage clock, engraved with the inscription "Presented by HRH The Princess of Wales".
Sue and Bob were presented with a carriage clock in recognition of their service by Travel de Courcey's founder and managing director Mike de Courcey.