Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The Accountant's Timekeeper

A desktop suite for the zaniest of professions
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Calendars and diaries that start in July and end in June. Weekly planners from Thursday to Wednesday. Daily schedules starting at noon. Clocks and watches with six o'clock at the top.
Detly, Jun 30 2005

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       Sounds fiscally possible to me.
jurist, Jun 30 2005
  

       Baked a gazillion times over. The financial year can run from January to December, or April to March or whatever other start and end month a business chooses. There are calendars and diaries and whatever other stationery you can think of to match up with all of them. Clocks are still clocks though.
DrBob, Jun 30 2005
  

       The first part - the calendars - was not the novelty.
Detly, Jun 30 2005
  

       I've seen watches with very large numbers offset at 1:00 and 4:00 with other numbers across the dial sized very small. Is that the kind of thing?
reensure, Jun 30 2005
  
      
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