daylight savings

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Synonyms for daylight savings

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

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On March 11, the United States went onto Daylight Saving Time, sometimes called summer time.
Daylight savings time is used in over 70 countries--essentially, in every developed nation other than Japan, in spite of the Japanese being dependent on imports for almost all of their energy.
Mexicans sprang forward to Daylight Savings Time on April 7, for the first time making the adjustment without accompanying political and legal battles.
Other features include daylight savings mode, temporary codes, and 150,000-cycle battery life.
Equipped with eight selectable month and day wheel languages, including English, Spanish, French, Numeric, and Roman numbers, Acroprint 175 adjusts to daylight savings time and can be set to display a standard 12-hour am/pm time or 24-hour military time.
eastern daylight savings time on July 24, eight days after takeoff.
Before the Congress in 2005 decided the shift, Daylight Savings Time used to begin on the first Sunday of April and ran through the last Sunday in October.
At 3 am on March 30, Bulgarians moved clocks one hour forward to 4 am, switching to Daylight Savings Time.
Indiana is once again considering joining most of the country in observing Daylight Savings Time throughout the entire state.
Last year Massachusetts set up an 11-person commission to study whether Massachusetts should leave the Eastern Time Zone and join the Atlantic Time Zone and ditch daylight savings.
amp;nbsp;"There are very few things in the world I hate more than Daylight Savings Time.