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If you date men or women long past the point when you are still exploring whether or not s/he is your ideal match, take heart! You are in the vast majority of people around the world. This phenomenon is not regional, generational, or related to education, or socioeconomic circumstances.

Being willing or able to recognize that someone is a good match or not a good match for you, and stop dating him or her, seems to be a universal dilemma.

Let's review a few Dating Basics:

· Dating is a process and you are dating to find your ideal match.

· Recognizing that the men or women you are dating are not a match for you is the point of the dating process.

· It is highly likely that you will date a number of people who will not be your ideal match and that many of the people you are dating will recognize that you are not their ideal match.

· Ending the dating process is the only next logical step to take if we agree that the point of dating is to find our ideal mate.

Let me tell you a story that makes this much more complex than a philosophical question:

I have a young colleague who has been dating a woman for a number of weeks. They enjoy each other's company very much. They share common interests and have a good time together.

Clarify your values, needs, beliefs and the vision you hold for you life. Appreciate everyone who comes into your life and weave the threads of the connection you had with them into the rich fabric of your life.

Learn to say goodbye so you can use your physical and emotional energy to attract the man or the woman who will make your heart sing every day for the rest of your life.

Remember, only YOU can make it happen!

Copyright Dr. Jackie Black 1999-2005

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If your grandfather clock has a brass dial, it was probably made in the period between 1680 and 1770. The early brass dial clocks only had one hand, because the average person had no need of knowing the time to the nearest minute, and with a bit of practise you can tell the time to the nearest five minutes on one of these early (and rare) clocks.

By 1730 the vast majority of grandfather clocks had two hands, for the hours and minutes. One-handed clocks continued to be made in country areas for a while after 1730. Village life was very conservative, and the people living in villages at this time still had no real need of "to the minute" time.

From around 1730 (all these figures are approximate all the way through this article) the brass dial clock was made all over England in ever-increasing numbers, and the dials became more ornate as time went on, especially on the eight-day clocks. More features appeared, such as seconds hands in a small subsidiary dial, date hands or wheels, and moon phases, usually in an arch on top of the dial, but sometimes in small aperture in the dial itself

The easier clocks to date, and the ones most popular in America, are the painted dial clocks, often called "white dial clocks" in Britain.

Painted dial clocks appeared about 1765 to 1780, and after this the brass dial clock ceased to be made, again with just a few exceptions in rural areas, especially the far southern counties of England. The majority of English grandfather clocks were made in The Midlands and the North of England. The new painted dial was cheaper and easier to produce and easier to read by the poor light available at night, so the brass dial was dropped from production over a very brief period, for our purposes it is fair to say that no brass dial clock was made in the big clock making centres after 1780.

The minutes are shown by a minute band, two concentric circles close together, with lines inside to represent each minute and no minute numbers at all. Date and seconds subsidiary dials are usual now, and the small ornate hands fitted to these are also brass and matching.

To finish off, here is a quick guide to the various features and their dates:
(Of course, all dates are approximate, to the nearest ten years.)

Numbering

Dotted Minutes - 1770 to 1800
Minutes numbered every five minutes - 1770 to 1800
Minutes numbered every quarter hour - 1800 to 1820
No minute numbers - 1820 to 1880
Roman hour numerals - 1770 to1800 then 1825 to1880
Arabic hour numerals - 1800 to 1825
Full minute band - 1815 to 1880

Corner decoration

Flowers or fruit - 1770 to 1800
Fans, shells or abstract - 1790 to 1830
No painting - left blank - 1780 to 1820
Gold imitation spandrels - 1775 to 1785

Arch decoration

Name of maker - 1770 to 1780
Flowers or birds - 1770 to 1795
Small painting on white background - 1795 to 1815
Full painted scene - 1820 to 1880
Moon dial - 1770 to 1830

Dial size

10" to 13" - 1770 to 1810
13" to 15" - 1810 to 1880
Square dial - 1770 to 1825
Arch dial - 1770 to 1880

Hands

Steel - 1770 to 1815
Brass - 1815 to 1880

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