The next morning the Clockmaker proposed to take a drive round the neighborhood.
When we resumed our conversation, the Clockmaker said, "I guess we are the greatest nation on the face of the airth, and the most enlightened too.
As we approached the Inn at Amherst, the Clockmaker grew uneasy.
That, said the Clockmakeras soon as we were mounted, that I call 'HUMAN NATUR!
The Clockmaker was evidently excited by his own story, and to indemnify himself for these remarks on his countrymen, he indulged for some time in ridiculing the Nova Scotians.
I will enquire of the Clockmaker the secret of his success.
In the morning the Clockmaker informed me that a Justice's Court was to be held that day at Pugnose's Inn, and he guessed be could do a little business among the country folks that would be assembled there.
The Clockmaker was an observing man, and communicative.
His subsequent work is sufficient indication that he developed into an extremely skilled craftsman, and he became the equal of any clockmaker of his time.
The second clock may have been the last project on which the priest and the clockmaker worked together, for very good reasons.
Clockmaker Bertolla Bartolomeo Antonio Bertolla was born in Mocenigo di Rumo, a short distance from Mechel, in 1702.
However, when the priest and the clockmaker put the finishing touches to their great clock, the result surpassed the greatest possible expectations, for it was truly a masterpiece.
At the age of 17 he was apprenticed to become a clockmaker with the master, Johann Georg Butzjaeger of Neulengbach, a small village on the edge of the great Vienna woods.
Another significant maker was Dowe Williamson, who became Court Clockmaker to Emperor Charles VI of Austria.
A poor clockmaker came straight to Lenz one day, and declared he would not say a word of these secret doings if he was only paid his own deposit.
For whilst the story was being told, Marie couldn't doubt for a moment that the clever clockmaker at Pirlipat's father's court was Godpapa Drosselmeier himself.
What he did was to lay all the blame on the court Clockmaker and Arcanist, Christian Elias Drosselmeier, of Nuernberg.
The king, furious at the idea of a nutcracker being brought before him as a son-in-law, laid all the blame upon the clockmaker and the astronomer, and ordered them both to be banished for ever.
The clockmaker and the astronomer were wild with terror and consternation, but they saw that Dame Mouseyrinks was wallowing in her gore on the floor.
In 1733, clockmaker and weaver John Kay invented a flying shuttle for weaving.
Clockmaker and Quaker Benjamin Huntsman was struck with the difficulty of finding finely tempered steel for the springs of his watches and pendulums of his clocks.
Others were traced to the Drouillet above mentioned as a possible thief, and others to Fossard’s brother, a clockmaker of Paris.
In such a case theclockmaker had better be at once consulted.
Persons requiring to know the cost of a Church or Turret Clock should furnish the Clockmaker with the following data:-- How many Dials?
Upon a bench before the house sat a man whom we have seen before, the clockmaker Fallen.
But he spent by far the greater part of his time with Lenz the clockmaker on the Morgenhalde.
One poor clockmaker came to Lenz and promised to betray nothing if he might but have restored to him what was rightfully his.
The kind oldclockmaker slipped an arm about his shoulders.
It wasn't all smooth sailing, being a clockmaker in those days," he declared.
These a trained clockmaker instantly recognizes--the use of brass pins to hold the dial in place, for one thing.
I see you are not one to keep hitching and twiddling around," the clockmaker presently remarked, with a twinkle.
They were sitting together at the repairing bench, the clockmaker busy with an old chronometer.
Henry's son Thomas Voight worked as a clockmakeron North Seventh Street in Philadelphia around 1811.
Optical and Philosophical Instruments maker and Clockmaker from London .
Wilmington, Delaware, was apparently well established as a clockmaker in the community by the time of his marriage in 1746 to Mary Laudonet.
Although the tax records for 1796 described Dring as an "Optician" he was also a clockmaker and maker of scientific instruments.
After serving an apprenticeship, he worked as a clockmaker and silversmith in Boston.
It happened one day, many years after reading this, I chanced to be talking to a village clockmakerabout watches.
The clockmaker fumbled with an anecdote, and tried to tell me of another sort of magnetism which had got into a watch.
The tripe-seller called to the grocer's men, the little clockmaker came out on to the pavement, the neighbors leant out of their windows; and all these people talked about the scallop with its white cotton fringe.
Coupeau, noticing the little clockmaker looked very thirsty, held up a bottle; and as the other nodded his head, he carried him the bottle and a glass.
Even the neat little clockmaker was said to have carried on with his own daughter, a streetwalker.
Years after the young clockmaker married his old blind friend's daughter, and after many years of hard, steady work, succeeded in repairing and improving the clock, which was the predecessor of the one now in the cathedral.
The clockmaker had previously sent his servant away, for he was afraid of her.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "clockmaker" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word. Other words: annalist; chronicler; diarist; maker; timekeeper; timer