destination time

destination time

[‚des·tə′nā·shən ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time involved in a memory access plus the time required for indirect addressing.
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UNITED have not so much hit the reset button as hired Doc Brown's DeLorean and punched the year '2007' into the destination time. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is back, so is Mike Phelan, Michael Carrick is a figure of seniority and Sir Alex Ferguson is at the games.
It's just a small way to nudge the circadian rhythm toward the destination time zone a little faster.
Try to eat in-flight meals in line with your destination time.
'What you can do is make sure you're pushing as quickly as you can to the destination time zone and getting the timing of things right,' Simpson said.
Customers relish the opportunity to dine in local establishments where they can build a real rapport with the owners and staff, coming back to their favourite destination time and time again."
Get used to the new time zone by setting your watch to your destination time as soon as you board the plane.
Too many times, I see drivers making danger manoeuvres to overtake a cyclist and save only a minute or two on their final destination time.
Yet, international competition at altitude is often accompanied by transmeridian travel, which causes a temporary misalignment between the internal body clock and the local destination time. Although transmeridian travel and altitude exposure are known to disrupt sleep, their combined effects have not been examined.
* Change your watch to destination time immediately after take-off, then sleep or stay awake based on that time.
You may want to continue to take your Pill using UK time or gradually adjust the dose by no more than three hours at a time so it fits in with your holiday destination time.
With the extra kick from the upper-stage motor, the trio would travel to the moon in 3-1/2 days, spend what Anderson calls "some destination time" orbiting the moon, then head back to Earth.
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