electric clock


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Noun1.Electric clock - a clock using a small electric motorelectric clock - a clock using a small electric motor
clock - a timepiece that shows the time of day
electric motor - a motor that converts electricity to mechanical work
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Electric bells and speaking-tubes afforded communication with the lower stories; while on the mantel stood an electric clock, precisely like that in Mr.
At certain hours, successively calculated, marked by electric clocks which beat the seconds at the same time, the population were invited to take their places at the banquet tables.
by Times News ServiceIn Phantom VIII the only noise one can hear in a Rolls Royce cabin is the electric clock ticking.
The electric clock has been on site since 1966 and was made by Smith of Derby, a firm of bespoke clockmakers responsible for many public timepieces around the world.
Installed by Charles Shepherd in 1852, the clock features the 24-hour analogue dial and was an early example of an electric clock.
For example, the legislation now captures gas cookers with an electric clock and petrol lawn mowers with an electric ignition, which will need to comply as of July 2019.
Featuring an electrically operated optional sliding steel sunroof it also had an electric clock, three luggage spaces, built-in fog lights, round tail lights, upper and lower dash pads, door pads, and long padded armrests.
Hanging from the ceiling halfway down the hallway is an electric clock showing a quarter to eight, perhaps it's shown the same time for several days now.
The electric clock was patented by Scottish clockmaker Alexander Bain in 1840.
The other day, someone told me that I shouldn't have my electric clock radio beside the head of my bed