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43 total results for GMT   ( score: 50 )

34 results for GMT from Shortz Era puzzles:
Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
Sun Feb 19, 202334DBig Ben hrs.Rebecca Goldstein
Wed Mar 30, 202233DIntl. standard used by many astrologersJack Murtagh
Tue Jul 6, 202134DHrs. at the prime meridianKatie Hale
Mon Aug 10, 202027ASetting at the prime meridian, for shortLynn Lempel
Mon Apr 24, 201727AClock-setting std. (3)Gary Cee
Thu Jul 21, 201652AChronometric std. (2)Jason Flinn
Sat Sep 6, 201435ABBC World Service std.James Mulhern
Tue Jul 1, 201424AClock-setting std. (3)Gary Cee
Mon May 5, 201422AClock-setting standard: Abbr.Lynn Lempel
Sun Mar 30, 201450DBBC std.Peter A. Collins
Thu Mar 7, 201355AFrequent abbr. in BBC announcements (2)Jim Page
Sun Jan 27, 201393DIntl. standard (2)Jeff Chen
Sat Apr 14, 201248AZero-deg. settingMark Diehl
Mon Mar 19, 20121DWorld clock std.Jeremy Horwitz
Fri Jul 22, 201110DSetting for BBC reports, in briefTodd McClary
Thu Jun 30, 201139ACertain world std.David Poole
Sat Oct 2, 201026APrime meridian hrs.Barry C. Silk
Sun Sep 19, 201049DSee 63-AcrossKevin G. Der
Fri Aug 20, 20109DStd. in chronometryBrad Wilber
Wed Sep 24, 200860DClock setting at 0 degrees longitude: Abbr.Lynn Lempel
Mon May 19, 200838DLondon hrs.Mike Nothnagel
Fri Mar 23, 200748AChronometric std. (2)Manny Nosowsky
Wed Apr 5, 200628DIntl. standard (2)Patrick Merrell
Sun Jul 10, 200581AFrequent abbr. in BBC announcements (2)Con Pederson
Sat Apr 16, 200561DChronometric inits.Gary Steinmehl
Thu Apr 22, 200463DYou can set your watch by it: Abbr.Daniel C. Bryant
Wed Dec 17, 200330DClock standard: Abbr. (2)Leonard Williams
Sat May 3, 200357DZulu, in the military: Abbr.John Scott Marrone
Fri Nov 1, 200246DClock std. (2)Joe DiPietro
Fri Nov 16, 200138DClock std. (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Fri Apr 27, 200121AClock standard: Abbr. (2)Mark Diehl
Thu Apr 30, 199848AClock-setting std. (3)Kelly Clark
Wed Aug 6, 199743DAll clocks are set by it: Abbr.Rich Norris
Sun Mar 3, 199626DPrime meridian std.B. Klahn
1 result for GMT from Variety puzzles:
Aug 14, 2005Diagramless14AThe chimes of Big Ben are set to it: Abbr.Brendan Emmett Quigley
8 results for GMT from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Tue Jul 17, 198428AU.K. timeJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sun Feb 20, 198371ABasis of std. timeMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Fri Feb 15, 198030DTime based on a Lon. boroughLewisMaleska
Sun Oct 5, 197580ABasic time initialsRichard CampWeng
Sat Feb 23, 197410ABasic time standard: Abbr.Ronald C. HirschfeldWeng
Wed Oct 4, 196741DTime abbreviation.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
Sun Apr 3, 1966119DLondon's time.William LutwiniakFarrar
Sat Jul 28, 196231AStandard time: Abbr.Diana SessionsFarrar
Anagrams:MTG, MGT
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