Olive Oil has been used as a lubricant since the early days of horology, the older writers giving many methods of treating it.
We now come to consider the date of the next grand step in the progress of horology,—namely, that of the invention of the clock.
The allusion to the Emperor's passion for horology was received with great applause.
There were many offshoots and developments of this main stem of Chinese horology.
He does not think, as the Prussian does, that he founds a new school of horology by starting before the word "Go."
A capital bit of horology, the pendulum of which is usually compensated to sidereal time, for astronomical purposes.
To talk about horology on the moon wouldn't add to Dabney's stature as a phoney scientist.
In the early days of horology the apprentice was taught the art of making a complete watch.
In any modern work on horology of value, the metric system is used.
He devoted himself to the study of astronomy, horology and architecture, more especially Gothic ecclesiastical architecture.