They also, like most of Tompion's timekeepers, had an hour and a minute hand.
It was an office building for clerks and timekeepers and other white-collar workers.
Four minutes fifty-eight and four fifths, said the timekeepers.
Clocks and watches are often called “timekeepers,” but they do not keep time.
As timekeepers they fell short of the abbey clock, or of the sundial—a perennial stickler for truth when the sun shone.
As timekeepers they equal most of the modern, and excel the cheap clock, hardly worth designating as a timekeeper.
She glanced around to make sure none of the lead men or timekeepers were close enough to overhear her, then went on.
As timekeepers they never can bear comparison with the later type with the long pendulum.
The timekeepers whistle called the play at the end of the half without either side having made a point.
Cheap and easy to make but inferior as timekeepers to the detached or dead-beat types.