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Definition of Pendule

Pendule
Pendule Pen"dule, n. [F.] A pendulum. [R.] --Evelyn.

Meaning of Pendule from wikipedia

- The Pit and the Pendulum (French: Le puits et le pendule) is a 1964 French featurette horror film directed by Alexandre Astruc and starring Maurice Ronet...
- second: 45.1 x 49.1 x 24.8 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art Parisian clock (pendule à console); circa 1750; various materials, including ormolu; 40.6 × 30...
- Pendule with Arachne and Athena in Meissen porcelain, attributed to Johann Gottlieb Kirchner and George Fritzsche (1727)...
- 24.8 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art French Neocl****ical mantel clock (pendule de cheminée); 1757–1760; gilded and patinated bronze, oak veneered with...
- Art (New York City) Rococo ornaments with putti, in the Cabinet de la Pendule, part of the Palace of Versailles (France) The rococo relief of Diana at...
- perceptibilité du mouvement absolu. Force centrifuge (1929). Tome XVII: L’horloge à pendule de 1651 à 1666. Travaux divers de physique, de mécanique et de technique...
- de toilette, c. 1700; Paire de torchéres, c. 1700–1710; Pendule et gaine, c. 1712–1720; Pendule et gaine, c. 1720–1725; Table à mettre dans un trumeau...
- 1962), pp. 92–104. Cheuvrel. Michel E., De la Baguette Divinatoire et du Pendule Dit Explorateur (On the Divining Rod and the So-called Exploratory Pendulum)...
- 14 February 2018. Michel Eugène Chevreul, De La Baguette Divinatoire du pendule dit explorateur at des table tournants au point de vue de l'histoire, de...
- been produced, including the early French-language film Le Puits et le pendule in 1909 by Henri Desfontaines. The first English-language adaptation was...
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