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  • noun

Synonyms for daylight saving

time during which clocks are set one hour ahead of local standard time

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late check-out to guests at the end of Daylight Saving Time on the last Sunday of October, and when time "springs forward" and Daylight Saving Time begins on the first Sunday of April.
In celebration of the new now even richer Maxwell House(R) Original and bolder Maxwell House(R) French Roast coffees, Maxwell House will help Americans adjust to this annual disruption by providing a friendly wake-up call on the first Monday of Daylight Saving Time, April 5, 2004.
Siciliano offers the following Daylight Saving Time sidelights:
Indiana citizens, who voted last year to adopt Daylight Saving Time, might be more knowledgeable than most Americans about the logic behind the law.
Ben Franklin created Daylight Saving Time at the age of 78 when visiting Paris as an American delegate in 1784.
We made the necessary changes to comply with the new Daylight Saving Time dates now in order to provide customers with enough time to test and deploy this new release well before the March 2007 deadline.
Last Wednesday, the Cabinet, headed by Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, issued a decree canceling the daylight saving time, only a few weeks before Egypt was set to put its clocks forward by an hour on April 29.
The daylight saving time gives us a chance to participate in recreational activities, such as going out together after a long day of work," he told The Egyptian Gazette.
Millions of Turks woke up to a confusing morning on Sunday as tablets, computers and smartphones had automatically altered the time even though daylight saving time will not end until Nov.
The United States is on Daylight Saving Time from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November, so the difference between US time and Iran time has been reduced by an hour for the next five weeks.
Every year lawmakers in states across the country consider ending the annual ordeal of changing the clocks, either by remaining permanently on daylight saving time or standard time.
Though Egypt first implemented daylight saving time in 1988, it, too, got ousted following the 2011 revolt that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka has proposed the abolition of the yearly switch between standard time and daylight saving time (DST).
The much desired Daylight saving time 2014 starts in the US on Sunday.
NNA- The Secretary General of the Government Presidency, Sohail Bougie, issued Tuesday a memorandum in which he determined the beginning of the daylight saving time (DST)midnight of the last Saturday of March.