dial

[ dahy-uh l, dahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dial

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No dial or dial gearing is shown in the patent or exists in the patent model.

For the same reason, of course, there is no dial indicating seconds.

She drew a pretty little watch from her waist, and looked at the dial.

"Perhaps the dial hand has become caught," suggested Mr. Sharp.

"I wonder what our friends look like," Morse said, watching the dial.

He took his old-fashioned watch from his pocket and glanced at the dial.

It hung by the side of the dial in the cupola of the old Town Hall.

The visible world and the relation of its parts, is the dial plate of the invisible.

The third dial regulates the orange-ray by which you will be returned to Earth.

He watched the needle cross the dial in a swift, steady movement.

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