apparent time


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apparent time

[ə′pa·rənt ′tīm]
(astronomy)
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Firstly, the relativism of apparent time, in that it is not always clear whether the differences in the language use of different generations reflect language change or not.
An apparent time research was conducted to investigate the variation and its reason.
One of the main reasons for Space's apparent time off has been a legal wrangle with their former record label.
Results provided real time support for the apparent time construct and mapped the direction of language change away from Appalachian English toward a more localized variety.
Local Apparent Time (LAT), also called apparent solar time or sundial time, is what people used long ago when everyone told time by the Sun.
Techniques of empirical analysis enable insights into changes in progress in real and apparent time, allowing, in addition, interpretations which take account of their embedding in relevant social matrices.
The house we now live in has no apparent time limit.
Any device that alters the phase relationship of a signal will change the apparent time at which a certain part of the signal reaches its destination.
insurance) would benefit from limiting the apparent time left before the purchase.
New details of the frantic struggle to save Jackson's life surfaced, including the scene in the star's second-floor bedroom at the apparent time of his death.
For one glorious moment, due to a computer glitch, Davidson briefly stood on top of the pile with an apparent time of 1:15.
Incredibly, the Scotland striker was booked by Spanish referee Alejandro Hernandez for apparent time wasting as he lifted one bottle after it narrowly missed him.