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Everyday time and (in parentheses) military time are included to show the differences.
I quickly learned that I had to start thinking in military time, just to keep everything straight,'' said Joy Crisp, project scientist.
It also marks precision time and military time (sometimes called Zulu Time).
Among the many military time periods available, the one on the American Revolution not only lists a myriad of regimental muster rolls as well as general information, it also has a "roll call" site where you can leave a message about your Loyalist ancestors and read those of others to see if there is a common link.
Military time, generally, battle time specifically, complicated antebellum gendered temporalities and reconfigured them with a more antiseptic and ruthless time of large scale battle.
17 decision to convene the meeting of theologians was probably a delaying tactic to give his military time to prepare for a US attack.
Equipped with eight selectable month and day wheel languages, including English, Spanish, French, Numeric, and Roman numbers, Acroprint 175 adjusts to daylight savings time and can be set to display a standard 12-hour am/pm time or 24-hour military time.
Held at Edinburgh Castle by the Royal Artillery's 105 Regiment, it is the only remaining military time gun to be fired in Britain, providing a daily timely reminder to thousands of visitors and city-dwellers.
sell complete systems, including all the hardware and software needed, to receive military time directly from GPS Navstar satellites.
Young Adventist men who might be drafted receive an exemption from bearing arms but serve their military time in noncombatant roles.
And I have told the military time and again as good as any other time, that if I overstay even for 24 hours there in Malacanang, you can arrest me and shoot me,' he said.

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