That clock is standard time for this section of the country.
To obtain the standard time an allowance is made on the base time.
The standard time or standard quantity is considered to be 100 per cent.
To Professor Langley, more than to any other person is due the effective regulation of standard time throughout the country.
It thus corresponds with the standard time of British South Africa.
Compare your watch with the time signals in the nearest telegraph office and find its correction referred to standard time.
This mixed up method was followed by standard time, with which we are all pretty well acquainted.
The difference between local and standard time is longitude expressed in time—four minutes, we all know, representing one degree.
There was, however, another method of ascertaining the standard time.
The efficiency is the standard time (time allowed) divided by the time taken.