He took the time (Pacific) by his watch, correcting it for local time.
The servant went into the study and brought the local time, table.
The Jan Mayen data refer really to Gttingen mean time, but this was only twenty-three minutes late on local time.
The local time at any moment may be determined in a variety of ways by observation of the celestial bodies.
The sailor could, indeed, obtain his own local time by observations of the height of the sun.
But the best practical way in this day is to use a watch set to local time and make the mark at 12 o'clock.
Our clocks are correct from pole to pole, but all clocks must be set to local time if they are carried east or west.
It is necessary to ask a little patience here as I shall use this local time and its failure later in our talk.
Strictly, local time has never been used, because it has been found impracticable in the affairs of life.
Strictly, the local time conception is dropped and the local day left for regulating working and sleeping time.