time zone

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any of the 24 regions of the globe (loosely divided by longitude) throughout which the same standard time is used

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You love the fact that you get to travel the globe and see new sights, but you hate what the frequent changes in time zones do to your system.
TimePortal enables Windows Terminal Server and Citrix Metaframe environments to support multiple time zones so that users in different countries or time zones can have local time on their desktop instead of the server's system time.
North Korea is not the only country that decided to create its own time zone.
Effective travel through this time zone requires new ideas that expand the existing business concepts through market analysis leading to innovative, customer-focused strategies.
Once the time zone is set, each individual added in the project will receive notifications and reminders as per their time zone.
The patented Duometre mechanism ensures that the additional feature of the second time zone will never affect the efficiency of your primary time keeping, as both time zones have their independent
The newly introduced Rado HyperChrome UTC watch can show two different time zones at the same time, which is what the 21st century traveler needs when hopping on a plane -- knowing the time at the destination or the time back in home country, so friends, family and business contacts can be made without waking them up.
At present the entire state of Western Australia is based on the Western Time Zone.
Causes When an air traveller crosses several time zones, their "day" (as timed by an external clock) is longer or shorter than 24 hours, depending on the direction of the flight.
Experts have said that the more time zones crossed, the more likely a person may experience jet lag.
In 1883, railroad managers met to set time zones in the U.
Japan) presents theoretical models of international trade that illustrate the impact of robust communication and data exchange networks and utilization of time zone differences on the structure of world trade.
But the notion of Wales being able to decide on its own time zone was yesterday debated in the House of Lords by some of the grandest names in Welsh and British politics, the exchange at times bordering on the surreal.
The Mountain Time Zone of the US includes the states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.
One of these is, what is the beginning point (of imaginary lines between one time zone and the next, P.