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military time

- Time measured on a 24-hour scale of 0100-2400 hours.
See also related terms for measured.
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A specially choreographed show will be held at Dubai Fountain later today to celebrate the two-year countdown, and the show includes a countdown display on Burj Khalifa's facade at 8.20pm local time (20:20 on a 24-hour clock).
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Figure 6 shows an anti-clockwise Roman numeral, 24-hour clock, in the Duomo (the main cathedral), in Florence.
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It's still a 24-hour clock but it's not in sync with day and night.
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