hour hand

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hour hand

[′au̇r ‚hand]
(horology)
The pointer that indicates the hour on a timepiece.
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The meeting had been called by the Bold and Clock Face Action Group, a local campaign group who oppose the development of green spaces outlined in the St Helens Local Plan.
* The numbers--12 with the number 12 at the top of the clock face
A limited number of clock faces (100 total) will be crafted from salvaged wood, sourced from 19th century structures across the USA.
The four clocK faces stopped 12 months ago and are all on different times.
Available in three colours, the pendulum-like clock face is modern and will look perfect rocking from side to side in a bedroom, kitchen or office.
But, if donations came in, a duplicate of the bell tower could be fabricated, he mused for the crowd watching the installation of the clock face this weekend.
The trio climbed the 334 steps of the liftless St Stephen's Tower and descended each of the four sides of the clock face at a height of around 315ft.
A 12-segment clock face indicates the roll angle of the tool face.
The design represents a clock face and was commissioned by Suffolk County Council's highway authority.
Its baby blue clock face stands out subtly over a flat black perimeter.
Another method to help achieve an inside attack is to think of it this way: as you look at the ball, imagine a clock face.