clockface


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clockface

[ˈklɒkfeɪs] Nesfera f de reloj
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24 The Latin words under the clockface read "Domine Salvam Fac Reginam Nostram Victoriam Primam", which means "O Lord, keep safe our Queen Victoria the First".
Yesterday, the mastermind behind the fraud Timothy Wren, 39, of Wargrave Road, Newton-le-Willows was sentenced to eight years in prison; John (Jack) Chandler, 61, of Clockface, St Helens, was sentenced to seven years; Jeanette Chandler, 60, of Clockface, St Helens, got four years; Kevin Hilton, 40, of Oak Drive, Burscough, was sentenced to six years and Alfred Arthur, 56, of Deepdale, Leigh, Lancashire, was sentenced to four years in prison.
The wiggles are oriented in the same direction, toward 8 and 2 on a clockface.
Peter is probably still best known for being the daring presenter of Blue Peter in the 1980s who did things like cleaning the clockface of Big Ben and running the first London Marathon.
This rustic-style oval metal wall clock with heavily-distressed shabby-chic finish, features a vintage-style clockface with roman numerals and elegant black hands.
Beat Sneak Bandit is out to retrieve all the clocks in the world after they're stolen by Duke Clockface, and success will almost entirely depend upon whether you can keep time, listen and learn the rhythm patterns to progress through each level.
She appears riding her horse around the clockface outside the Broadgate House office block in Coventry every time the hour strikes.
SBB said, "For the use of the clockface on certain Apple devices such as iPads and iPhones, the parties have negotiated an arrangement that enables Apple to use the SBB station clock under a licence agreement.
Warren Woods," he writes, "is a chronometer with extra hands that encompass in a single tick a human lifetime, a historical era, a century, hands circling the clockface on such a grand scale that no one has seen them move.
The borough's Clockface Quarry, Scammonden, landfill has a permitted tonnage of 350,000 per annum.
In one shot, Richard Richardson's dynamic camera swoops down from the skies and between rows of passengers disembarldng the trains outdoors, pushing its way confidently through the crowd, into the station and up to a clockface, where a pair of big blue eyes peer down on the scene below.