The prices of these first time-keepers must have been high, but there are no records of them left.
He seems to have a decided taste for clocks, compasses, and time-keepers.
Bands in Assyria had sometimes, though not always, time-keepers or leaders, who took the direction of the performance.
The following are illustrations of some time-keepers of the end of the sixteenth and the beginning of the seventeenth century.
Harrison's first four time-keepers are still preserved at the Royal Observatory.
Time-keepers have been known for centuries in the old world; but I will not dwell on that.
So many of his bookkeepers, superintendents, time-keepers had graduated into councilmen and state legislators.
Few Americans go into this work now, although a number did in years past start out as time-keepers and have become managers.
Umpires were improvised for the occasion, and time-keepers, etc., chosen.
While thus lessening the cost of time-keepers their value has been enhanced by increasing their accuracy and durability.