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The timekeeper I took on shore to ascertain its rate, and other instruments to make the necessary astronomical observations.
On the 13th I had a number of lunar observations for the longitude, the mean of which agreed exactly with the timekeeper.
I had however two sets of double altitudes and a good altitude exactly at noon according to the timekeeper.
The fact that this egg-shaped concoction was no great timekeeper was a secondary matter.
He was a fine coachman, a good nurse, and an admirable timekeeper.
The organization included a shop foreman, a timekeeper, and a stock man.
He usually acted as timekeeper at the school sports, when the stop-watch was very much to the fore.
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Is there not also in that same Form one named Leveson, famous timekeeper, owner of a stop-watch?
THE HERO OF GARSIDE SCHOOLJ. HARWOOD PANTING
The clock surmounting the building in its central tower is said to be the standard timekeeper of London for the West End.
It was him and myself for it, with the Calvary above us and that twelve-miles-distant Giant as timekeeper of our encounter.

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