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electric clock

[i¦lek·trik ′kläk]
(horology)
Any clock that is operated by electric power.
Specifically, a clock driven by an alternating-current motor whose current has a definite frequency, controlled at the generator.
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Contract notice: Maintenance And Replacement Of Electric Clocks In The Buildings Of The City Of Courbevoie
There was a built up need in the market for things like electric clocks and flat irons and that kind of thing.
There is also a collection of early electric clocks by famous high quality makers.
Make sure that bedside extras such as 'phones, stereos, fans and electric clocks are at least 75cm (two and a half feet) away from your head
In addition to the organ, there are pianos, smaller organs, vintage gumball and pinball machines and an impressive collection of electric clocks.
To minimize EMF risks, Becker and other authorities recommend taking a few precautions: Keep your distance from appliances; don't place beds against walls with major appliances nearby or on the other side; move clock radios, electric clocks, and telephone-answering machines at least four feet away from the head of your bed; sit at least arm's length from VDTs and six feet from 19-inch television screens; and toss the electric blanket.
Next was a trip to the Mold area where I encountered a good collection of electric clocks by the makers Boulle, Eureka and Brille.
There are no electric clocks in the shop, unless you count the internal clock in his computer.