military time

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military time

- Time measured on a 24-hour scale of 0100-2400 hours.
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The kids used building blocks to help keep count and learned how to tell time using the 24-hour clock.
If we had a 24-hour clock the minutes would be one less than the hours.
It's still a 24-hour clock but it's not in sync with day and night.
The US Navy has altered its shift system to align it with the 24-hour clock, rather than the 18-hour day used in the old British system.
We have been on this planet for five minutes out of a 24-hour clock and we continue to rape, loot, pillage and rob the land, the seas and the skies.
Along with the standard smartwatch functions-call notifications, texts, emails, time, weather-there's a My Flight app that takes flight information for times, delay alerts, and terminal and gate information; a 24-hour clock around the outer dial for time in other locations; and guides for a number of major cities.
Orcadian cycles dictate many functions of your body, including hormone secretion and alertness, and are closely tied to the 24-hour clock," says Ana Krieger, MD, medical director of the Weill Cornell Center for Sleep Medicine.
Whitaker imagined each named crater to be the center of a 24-hour clock, with 24 letters--omitting I and O--distributed around it.
There the Minister reviewed important scientific instruments like the Raman Spectroscope for analyzing the bio-genecity of fossil material, the Geological Clock depicting various events in the Earth History on a 24-hour clock and Indias oldest working age determination Carbon dating facility for geochronological dating of fossil material inter alia.
The ceremony outside Armenia's main cathedral at Echmiadzin, close to Yerevan, ended at 7:15 pm local time, or 19:15 according to the 24-hour clock, to symbolize the year when the massacres started.
The programme introduces us to one young man from near Tredegar whose life chances are seriously hampered by his inability to do simple mental arithmetic or to understand the 24-hour clock.