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Video from inside the station’s convenience store captured images of the men, one of whom had a large-faced wristwatch and a white cellphone.
In July 1981, while attending one of then-fiancé Prince Charles' polo matches at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor, England, Lady Di was spotted wearing not one but two wristwatches.
The chief financial officer at Pier 1 Imports is leaving to take the same position at Fossil Group as the wristwatch company deals with a sharp slump in sales.
Choosing an Android Wear watch is a lot like picking out a regular wristwatch.
A small, empty cloth bag is expected this week to rocket past space capsules and a wristwatch worn on the moon to become the most valuable space artifact to ever sell at auction.
The record setting, $11-million wristwatch -- known by its reference number, 1518 -- is not on display, but pieces once owned by John F. Kennedy Jr., Duke Ellington and Joe DiMaggio have been assembled for the event.
In 1978, he was indicted by a federal grand jury for possessing 189 stolen wristwatches that had traveled from Little Rock, Ark., to Lenexa and Wichita.
A wristwatch, a bust of Winston Churchill, a tumbleweed—
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WRISTWATCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wristwatch for English Language Learners
: a watch that you wear on a strap or band around your wrist
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