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> Depends on the application, Debbie.
> General Government: 0400 GMT
> Military (except Marines): 0550 Zulu
> Marines: Mickey's big hand is on the six...
> Interstellar: Stardate 2546-Mark six
> Prehistoric: GROK-TOI !!
> On Carnival Cruises: Sixish...
> Construction Application: Break time, Quittin' time, Miller time...
> Quantum Physics Relevant
Couch Potato: "Frazier" time, local news time...
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> From: Debbie Packer[SMTP:dpacker -at- stingrayboats -dot- com]
> Reply To: Debbie Packer
> Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 01:26 PM
> To: TECHWR-L
> Subject: Time Formats
> I apologize if this is off topic.
> Where time is concerned, is there a format that is considered standard?
> Are the others incorrect?
> 8 A.M....