clock dial

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Noun1.clock dial - the face of a clock showing hours and minutes of the dayclock dial - the face of a clock showing hours and minutes of the day
clock - a timepiece that shows the time of day
face - the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object); "he dealt the cards face down"
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The monument, which also contains a clock dial, commemorates the 30 young men from the parish who gave their lives during World War I and the nine men who died during World War II.
The MB Chronowing gears away from the usual digital screen and has a clock dial on its face.
The clock dial plate was drawn in London by Clay and was enamelled white and blue with the days and months and signs of the zodiac.
The play sculpture, which resembles a giant clock dial made from logs, was erected at the end of last summer as part of a PS10,000 redevelopment of the park at Amberley Way, but has remained fenced off ever since.
30 tree, because " If Connaught Place is one big clock dial then this tree comes in at 4.
In August 2007, commuters looked on in awe as a team of specialist technicians abseiled down the south clock dial to clean and make repairs.
In the analysis of the positions of the medic and medical aid, we can consider as a reference a virtual clock dial, with the oral cavity of the patient in the center of the dial.
Ethel was born in Liverpool in 1904 and worked as a clock dial enameller on Merseyside before moving to the Midlands with her husband, who died 40 years ago.
A ringing bell called children to class, a clock in each classroom organized their lessons, and reading the clock dial was taught early-on.
These wonders surround us like numerals on a clock dial.