Daylight Saving Time

Science / Astrology / Daylight Saving Time: The practice of advaning the clock one hour in the spring of the year. Significant in the erection of natal charts as it requires that one hour be subjected from the standard time when daylight saving time is in effect.

Other Words for Daylight

Daylight Verb Synonyms: sunlight, sun, sunshine, light
Daylight Noun Synonyms: open, broad daylight, light of day, full view, full knowledge, clarity
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Other Words for Saving

Saving Verb Synonyms: redeeming, redemptory or redemptive or redemptional, compensating, compensatory, qualifying, extenuating, extenuatory
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Other Words for Time

Time Noun Synonyms: period, interval, stretch, spell, patch
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War Time

Science / Astrology / War Time: The name used for daylight saving time during periods of war. See also daylight saving time. MORE

Summer Time

Science / Tides and Currents / Summer Time: British name for daylight saving time. MORE

Savings Deposits

Business / Finance / Savings Deposits: Accounts that pay interest, typically at below-market interest rates, that do not have a specific maturity, and that usually can be withdrawn upon demand. MORE

Savings Element

Business / Finance / Savings Element: Used in the context of life insurance, the cash value built up in a policy, which equals the amount of premium paid minus the cost of protection. This excess is invested by the insurance company, and MORE

Savings Rate

Business / Finance / Savings Rate: Personal savings as a percentage of disposable personal income. MORE

Screen Time

Technology / Television (TV) / Screen Time: The duration of a program--which is normally shorter than the time represented in the program's narrative (that is, its story time). E.g., the story time of one soap opera episode is typically a day o MORE

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