longcase clock

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longcase clock

(ˈlɒŋˌkeɪs)
n
(Horology) another name for grandfather clock
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Noun1.longcase clock - a pendulum clock enclosed in a tall narrow caselongcase clock - a pendulum clock enclosed in a tall narrow case
pendulum clock - a clock regulated by a pendulum
casing, shell, case - the housing or outer covering of something; "the clock has a walnut case"
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The tour begins in the new lower ground floor visitor's centre where visitors can learn about the history of the building, before heading up to the Liver Building's 10th floor balcony, exploring the city's history in the riverside clock room's audio-visual experience and, finally, enjoy the views from the 15th floor clock tower.
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OUT OF ACTION: The blue lights of the floor clock at Millennium Place (above) are currently switched off and (left) the People's Bench with its broken plaques and graffiti; MESSY: Michael Przybyle; PUZZLED: Elizabeth Steff; VANDALISM: Martin Quelly; BROKEN: Edward Byrne
This Art Deco floor clock has a unique three-face display.
For example, right now we're in the process of doing switchovers, (from floor clock model to wall clock)," Bonito said.
Council project manager Barry Cocks's holistic approach to the restoration is to be commended, as one of the things that spoils Millennium Place is the patchy paving, not helped by the ridiculous floor clock.
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And in front, where the Coventry Theatre once stood, there is to be the controversial Millennium Place with its see-through bridge, arches and international floor clock.
He led the company into the floor clock business in the late 1950s, and helped build and strengthen the company's brand.
The theatre is being bulldozed as part of the city council's Phoenix Initiative and will be replaced by a public square - Millennium Place - featuring a floor clock which will show times of day around the world.