Definition of Daylight saving
1. Noun. Time during which clocks are set one hour ahead of local standard time; widely adopted during summer to provide extra daylight in the evenings.
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Literary usage of Daylight saving
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909)
"The published report of the hearings before the special committee of parliament on the "daylight saving Bill," from which the ..."
2. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by Anna Lorraine Guthrie, Marion A. Knight, H.W. Wilson Company, Estella E. Painter (1920)
"Nature 97:222-4 My 11 '16 daylight saving as an emergency war measure. MM Marks. Nat Munie R 6:465-8 Л '17 daylight saving in ancient Rome. BL Ull- rnan. ..."
3. The War Garden Victorious by Charles Lathrop Pack (1919)
"CHAPTER XII THE PART PLAYED BY daylight saving How " CITY PARKERS " WERE ENABLED TO TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK BECAUSE of the daylight saving Law war gardens ..."
4. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-Efficient Lighting by Paul Waide, International Energy Agency, Satoshi Tanishima (2006)
"Daylight-saving time The use of daylight-saving time is one of the oldest and most established means of reducing lighting energy consumption. ..."
5. Elements of General Science by Otis William Caldwell, William Lewis Eikenberry (1918)
"9. Why cannot corn be grown in most parts of Canada? 10. What are the relative advantages and disadvantages of the daylight- saving legislation ? ..."
6. Saving Electricity in a Hurry: Dealing with Temporary Shortfalls in ...by International Energy Agency by International Energy Agency (2005)
"daylight saving Time Even the clock can be harnessed to help during a truly ... Several studies have shown that implementing daylight saving Time (DST) ..."