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ProvidentialParlance ProvidentialParlance 26-30, M 9 Answers Nov 28, 2012 in WTK

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A clock that's been in a library or class room.

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From 12 to 1 to 2 to 3, and so on ...... , regardless of which orientation you are viewing -- assuming it is an analog clock.



Now, if it were a digital clock of some sort, without moving hands ... then clockwise would (still) be from 12 to 1 to 2 to 3 and so on.



Unless the digital clock loses its power supply ... but we won't go there!



Cheers,



AnonymousButCandid





P.S. Now, if the clock of any type and functionality happened to be hovering over the Earth's South Pole in Antarctica, then the manner of the Earth's rotation from the clock's perspective would be what most of the world's sane human population agrees is the English word equivalent of "Clockwise".

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When the time is right, you'll know!

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Repetitive

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being smart and "right"

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