See also:term for the experience of duration or succession, either in whole or in
See also:part . For
See also:time in its psychological sense see SPACE AND TIME; for time in
See also:music, see RHYTHM; for the methods of reckoning time see
See also:MONTH; and the articles TIME, MEASUREMENT OF, and TIME STANDARD, below . Gener- ally in
See also:law, where any particular time is mentioned in acts of parliament or legal
See also:instruments, it is to be defined as meaning, in
See also:Great Britain,
See also:Greenwich mean time, and in
See also:Dublin mean time . At
See also:common law, where parties enter into legal relations, and specify their intention of being bound by any particular arbitrary
See also:system, the courts will, as a
See also:rule, give effect to their intentions .
TIMBUKTU (French spelling Tombouctou)
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