time zone

  1. any of the 24 regions of the globe (loosely divided by longitude) throughout which the same standard time is used
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  • Some 52 ABC stations in the Central Standard Time and Mountain Standard Time zones were assessed a $27,500 fine for broadcasting the show. FCC Seeks $1.43 Million Fine
  • The future has always been the time zone in which he feels most comfortable. The Times Literary Supplement
  • In pursuit of the horological grail of being "on time," the railroads introduced standard time zones in 1883. The Tyranny of the Clock
  • Likewise, the U. S. West coast time zone is known to most Americans as Pacific Standard Time (PST) zone rather than GMT-8.
  • The clock automatically readjusts when you enter a new time zone.
  • Experts say oxygen starvation - and the impact of different time zones on your body clock - is a key factor in jet lag. The Sun
  • The clock automatically readjusts when you enter a new time zone.
  • Aruba is on Atlantic Standard Time, but since we are on Daylight Savings Time, we were in the same time zone. I'm Back!!!
  • You regularly spend just a few short hours in one time zone before you fly off on the next business trip. Times, Sunday Times
  • The comet was struck on July forth for the Eastern and Central time zones, but it hit on the third for us in the Rockies and the Western time zone.
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