clock face

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the face of a clock showing hours and minutes of the day

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The Tornado is the fastest of the Olympic sailing discipline's and success is measured against the spinning hands of the clock.
Most form pundits consider the race to be a match between Big Buck's and Grands Crus, but the hands of the clock point to an upset, writes Dave Edwards.
40) at Ascot, but in contrast both hands of the clock point to his chances.
30), with both hands of the clock pointing to Grantley Adams.
BOTH hands of the clock point to Som Tala in today's Invesco Perpetual Good-wood Handicap (2.
Both hands of the clock point to Enticing in the King's Stand Stakes (3.
Both hands of the clock point to Jeer in the Vodafone Make The Most Of Now Heritage Handicap (2.
50) at Kempton but the hands of the clock point to his chance being better than that envisaged by form students.
Sir Mark Prescott's five-year-old has considerably more on his plate today but both hands of the clock point to him proving equal to the task.
Chief Yeoman has not tasted success for more than two years, but both hands of the clock point to it being his day in the Vincent O'Brien County Hurdle (5.
Course-and-distance winners are always worth a second glance, and even more so when both hands of the clock point to a horse's chance.
Ed Dunlop's filly made no mistake in a respectable time here on Sunday and both hands of the clock point to her striking again while the iron is white hot.
Granted, he has more on his plate today, but he won with plenty left in the locker and both hands of the clock point to his chance.
BACK IN FRONT is no stranger to success at the Cheltenham Festival, and both hands of the clock point to his chance in today's Smurfit Champion Hurdle (3.
50) but, in contrast, both hands of the clock point to his chance.