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- adj. Of or relating to horology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to a horologe, or to horology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as horologic.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In Guangzhou China there is an area of many square blocks called the horological zone.
Slowly, you realise there is a horological car-crash ahead.
This stand is always a must-visit as it provides dealers and the press with introductions to future stars of the horological constellation.
Stuck in Palm Beach because of a weather emergency, the two got on the phone to gab with Yaeger about the Blenko glass, horological collages, Leroy Nelman plates and other unexpected items they can't get enough of.
In pursuit of the horological grail of being "on time," the railroads introduced standard time zones in 1883.
Scores of cameras and sophisticated surveillance equipment have been installed to help ensure that the biggest horological robbery of all-time will not be repeated — no matter how ingenious or skinny the next thief.
I expect an acknowledgement of "horological inspiration" in the next book.
And now that Rain is wearing a decent watch, well, I am humbled and honored to be The Hair's official horological inspiration.
That rather than switching from the TAG-Heuer to the nondescript Timex or Casio, Senator Obama was actually stepping up his horological game?
I thought horological meant something else ... although, if it's something commonly done by sailors, perhaps not.