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hour hand

[′au̇r ‚hand]
(horology)
The pointer that indicates the hour on a timepiece.
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The original watches had hour hands only and were not particularly accurate, but better things were to come.
From watches equipped with two hour hands to the famous world-time models, an increasing number of timepieces are displaying two, three, four, 24 or even more time zones, all on the same dial.
The women's self defense class is a 3 hour hands on presentation covering awareness, verbal deescalation, proper use of force and physical techniques.
See the world's smallest hour glass at the city's Watchmakers' Museum which also has cat and turtle wristwatches with eyes that provide the minute and hour hands.