horological

[ hawr-uh-loj-ik or hawr-uh-loj-i-kuh l; hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horological
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This horological utility, however, by no means gives her a fixed tenure in a Chinese home.

The stages of horological science are some of them remote, but they are well worth studying.

In his leisure hours he studied not only horological science but the works of our great English authors.

Horological InstituteBritishAn association of watchmakers founded in 1858 for the purpose of advancing the horological arts.

When the horological student once arrives at this standpoint, he can intelligently apply himself to his calling.

We do this to show the horological student the facility with which the club-tooth lever escapement can be manipulated.

A careful study of the cut shown at Fig. 82 will soon give the horological student an excellent idea of the double-roller action.

This "lifting angle" is by horological writers again divided into real and apparent lifts.

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