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The period of time between two successive transits of the mean sun, used as the standard in measuring the 24-hour day.
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The time required for a single rotation of the earth on its axis in reference to any star or to the vernal equinox at the meridian, equal to 23 hours, 56 minutes, 4.09 seconds in units of mean solar time.
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A period of time considered in terms of noteworthy and characteristic events, developments, persons, etc.
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The period of the earth's revolution
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(Law) The period from sunrise to sunset
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The period of the earth's revolution
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The period of the earth's revolution
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The period of the earth's revolution
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The day of the month
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The light of day; sunlight
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The time between dawn and dusk; also, the time between sunrise and sunset
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Abundant, natural illumination in daytime, producing clear visibility.
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The time of light or work
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Any of the days of a week on which work is done. The five working days in many countries are usually Monday to Friday (are defined as such in official and legal usage even though many people work on weekends).
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Wickedness
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(Slang) Strong sexual attraction or desire. Used with the.
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Relative lack of warmth:
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Foul or poisonous gas that sometimes pollutes the air in coal mines.
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The time of light or work
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The time of light or work
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(Literally) One who, or that which, scorches.
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The time of light or work
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A religious feast day; a holy day.
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The act or an instance of celebrating
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A time or day of feasting or celebration; esp., a periodic religious celebration
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A period of time measured from some important occurrence or date
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A person's experience during a specific period or on a certain occasion:
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The time of greatest health, vigor, success, prosperity, etc.; prime
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The period of best performance or peak activity:
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The period during which someone or something exists.
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A manner of existing, being, or living
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A source of vitality; an animating force:
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A very long time
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(Nautical) A stretch of rope made fast at either end.
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(--- Obs.) Conditions; circumstances
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Any of the portions of time into which an event of fixed duration, as a game or a school day, is divided
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The period of the earth's revolution
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Relating to or exhibiting approximately 24-hour periodicity.
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Calculated by the day
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Of, done, or happening in the daytime
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Prosperous; golden:
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An interval of time during which a characteristic, often regularly repeated event or sequence of events occurs:
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Either of the two points on the celestial sphere where the ecliptic (the apparent path of the Sun) crosses the celestial equator . &diamf3; The point at which the Sun's path crosses the celestial equator moving from south to north is called the vernal equinox . The vernal equinox marks the zero point in both the equatorial and ecliptic coordinate systems; horizontal angular distances (right ascension in the equatorial system and celestial longitude in the ecliptic system) are measured eastward from this point. The vernal equinox is also known as the first point of Aries because when first devised some 2,000 years ago this point occurred at the beginning of Aries in the zodiac. Because of the westward precession of the equinoxes, the vernal equinox is now located at the beginning of Pisces. &diamf3; The point at which the Sun's path crosses the celestial equator moving from north to south is called the autumnal equinox .
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The average period (about thirty years) between the birth of one generation and that of the next
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Alternative spelling of nychthemeron.
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Either of the two points on the celestial sphere where the ecliptic (the apparent path of the Sun) reaches its greatest distance north or south of the celestial equator . &diamf3; The northernmost point of the Sun's path, called the summer solstice , lies on the Tropic of Cancer at 23°27' north latitude. &diamf3; The southernmost point of the Sun's path, called the winter solstice , lies on the Tropic of Capricorn at 23°27' south latitude.
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(Figuratively, figuratively) Brightness, hope; a positive outlook.
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United States writer best known for his autobiographical works (1874-1935)
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United States writer best known for his autobiographical works (1874-1935)
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time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis
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time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis
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