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true time

n
the time shown by a sundial; solar time. When the sun is at the highest point in its daily path, the true time is exactly noon. Compare mean time
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They pointed out to them that the firmament, with its infinitude of stars, may be considered as one vast dial-plate, upon which the moon travels, indicating the true time to all the inhabitants of the earth; that it is during this movement that the Queen of Night exhibits her different phases; that the moon is
Thus did he maintain the defensive, making his eye, foot, and hand keep true time, until, observing his antagonist to lose wind, he darted the staff at his face with his left hand; and, as the Miller endeavoured to parry the thrust, he slid his right hand down to his left, and with the full swing of the weapon struck his opponent on the left side of the head, who instantly measured his length upon the green sward.
I don't believe in it--MUCH--but Judy says she's seen it come true time and again.
To move them forwards, in advance of the true time, is impossible: but I can move them as much as a month backwards that is the limit.
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Data formats that permits true time visualization of swath bathymetry on the plotter will be an advantage.
It is realistic but it's true time is not in our favour.
Fund life times do not always reflect the true time it takes to build great companies or take them "to the next level", as is often the strategy of a PE investor.
That has proven true time and again, especially in fighting for veterans' rights and in supporting programs that benefit injured and ill veterans as well as their families and survivors.
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Photonic wideband phased array: An optical time steered antenna based on a new true time delay unit," Ph.
The researchers took four samples from the lintel and used annually fluctuating calcium concentrations evident in the incremental growth of the tree to determine the true time distance between each by counting the number of elapsed rainy seasons.