The word clocks is a noun. Clocks means (1) European weed naturalized in southwestern United States and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with small fernlike leaves and small deep reddish-lavender flowers followed by slender fruits that stick straight up; often grown for forage.
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Most of us rely on alarm clocks on an almost daily basis, but early alarm clocks were very different from the digital ones of today. Early alarm clocks often had legs and were nickel-plated.
Atomic clocks keep time by means of quartz crystals and periodic radio-controlled synchronization with the NIST atomic clock. Visitors to this website will find comparisons of radio-controlled clocks and watches.
Alarm clocks are a necessity to wake up and get moving in today's busy world. This site features and introduction to alarm clock styles, such as mechanical, electric, and battery operated.
Grandfather clocks not only keep time, they serve as beautiful and elegant pieces of furniture. A grandfather clock typically stands about 7 feet high and has a pendulum and weights beneath the clock.
A wall clock can serve as a stylish wall decoration in addition to telling time. Modern wall clocks use quartz movements run by battery power, while traditional wall clocks may rely on weights and pendulums.
Visit this clocks manufacturer directory for information about clock manufacturers and wholesalers in the USA. The illustration on this page depicts a vintage red alarm clock.
Friendly reminder: daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. (local time) on Sunday, Nov. 4, which means it's almost time to turn those clocks back.
Jennifer Earl. Fox News. Tuesday, 16 Oct 2018 14:08:00 GMT.