On the chest of one a china door-knob was suspended, on the chest of another the brass wheel of an alarm clock
Jerry remembered another high-grass adventure, when he and his brother Michael had fought Owmi, another black distinguishable for the cogged wheels of an alarm clock
on his chest.
He hated the thought of ceasing to live, even for so short a time, and his sole consolation was that the alarm clock
was set five hours ahead.
Maybe the alarm clock
'll go off and wake me up in a couple of minutes.
The customer had desired to purchase an alarm clock
, and the boss had shown him two exactly similar, telling him that the price of one was a dollar and of the other a dollar seventy-five.
In answer to the Coroner's question, she told how, her alarm clock
having aroused her at 4.30 as usual, she was dressing, when she was startled by the sound of something heavy falling.
Thrust through holes in his ears were a can opener, the broken handle of a toothbrush, a clay pipe, the brass wheel of an alarm clock
, and several Winchester rifle cartridges.
'I've learned that programming alarm clocks
is a nightmare,' says Mouawad.
Wake-Up Light Alarm Clocks
sit on your bedside table like an alarm clock
, but instead of rousing you with sound, they rely on light to ease you awake gradually over about 30 minutes.
The first alarm clocks
looked nothing like the ones we use now.
and traditional door knockers are falling out of fashion as British households increasingly embrace technology, an annual rundown of sales trends from John Lewis suggests.
SHOPPERS are turning off traditional alarm clocks
and using their smartphones for wake-up calls.