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Starting Sunday, that one hour of daylight is switched from evening to morning as standard time begins.
Losing an hour of afternoon daylight after setting the clocks back to standard time can trigger mental illness, including bipolar disorder, and seasonal affective disorder, also known as winter depression, according to TimeandDate.com.
Just after noon Eastern standard time on Thursday, October 19, Taylor posted three times on her Instagram, two still pictures and a video.
Just after noon Eastern standard time on Thursday, October 19, Taylor posted three times on her Instagram, of still pictures and a video.
With standard time off for good behavior, Rothstein can expect to serve a total of 42 ½ years in prison and would be eligible for release sometime in the year 2052.
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STANDARD TIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of standard time for English Language Learners
: the official time of a particular region or country
STANDARD TIME Defined for Kids
Definition of standard time for Students
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