This would throw out months, weeks and days, local time and the date line.
The Sentinel with date line of that day lay tossed in a corner.
Degrees of longitude are numbered east and west, meeting just opposite at 180, which is the date line.
Let us start to go around the world from the date line, westward.
The date line is fundamentally simple, but is difficult to explain.
He bought a New York Times, glancing first of all at the date line.
Boone took the missive which bore a South American date line and, after reading it, handed it without comment to Asa.
You are hungry, and you may order the entire bill, from soup to the date line, if you like.
Carhart stiffened up, spread it out on his knees, and read the date line.
Willie, because of his proficiency as a chirographer, always wrote the date line in the register.
|International Date Line|
An imaginary line on the Earth's surface that is internationally agreed upon as the place where each new calendar day begins. The line extends from the North to the South Pole through the Pacific Ocean, roughly along the 180th meridian. The calendar day to the east of the line is one day earlier than it is to the west of the line. The International Date Line was established at the International Meridian Conference in 1884 in order to standardize time, especially for the purpose of travel.