The period when the clocks
are one hour ahead is called British Summer Time (BST).
To keep the clocks
winders are needed and they work cheap, mostly paid only with the thanks they receive from a church or the town they live in.
The body's internal biological clock
coordinates a host of rhythms--from hormone production to sleep-wake times--on about a 24-hour cycle.
Interior designer Karen Howes, of Taylor Howes Designs, likes to feature clocks
as "wall art" and recently used an oversized antique-style clock
as the focal point for an interior.
Sitting in his living room among an eyepopping collection of electronics, run by some 10 remote controls lined up on his coffee table, are the three clocks
that he has labeled by manufacturer and system of timekeeping.
Wal-Mart, meanwhile, showed 27 clocks
, retailing from $3.
The English bracket clock
can trace its roots back to the mid 17th century and the popularity of these clocks
ensures that they are still
The IDT CV115C PC clock
satisfies the stringent requirements of the high-performance, next-generation desktop PC market.
Our most exciting development, BioScreen, is a computer that combines the functionality of a time clock
and the smarts of a computer.
A single, ruling, and relatively egalitarian time which degendered hospitals by making men and women subject to the same temporal master temporarily superseded clock
In 1803, Eli Terry began using machines to mass-produce parts for inexpensive clocks
Physicists in Colorado say that they've refined an innovative atomic clock
to be more precise than the breed of clocks
that's been the best for 50 years.