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daylight

[′dā‚līt]
(astronomy)
Light of the day, from sun and sky.
(engineering)

daylight

The period of time during any day that begins with the morning civil twilight and ends with the evening civil twilight. Civil twilight is the period before sunrise and after sunset when the sun's center is between 0° and 6° below the horizon.
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amp;nbsp;"I don't mind going back to daylight saving time.
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The purchase price includes an earn-out, to be released to Daylight Solutions shareholders upon achievement of certain financial and operating targets for the year 2017.
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The recent increase in opposition to switching the clocks has been sparked by a growing resistance to government interference in our lives, says Michael Downing, a Tufts University professor and author of Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time.
I'm frankly very pleased that many workspaces have dropped below the LPD threshold where daylight dimming controls are required.
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Sharaf's media adviser, Ahmed Al Semman, claimed that daylight saving time had no economic benefit but rather disturbs schedules of arrivals and departures at airports.
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City Room was convinced that the conspiracy theory that Halloween was a critical part of the Congressional debate to extend daylight saving time was one of those questionable Halloween myths, like razors in apples or pins in candy.
designed to harvest optimal daylight through skylights installed on half of the roof.
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