American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. daylight-saving time
“Another interesting item in this funding includes a separate $100 million that DST is committing to buy out the common stock held by current and former Facebook employees — a trend we noted last year.”
“Waldo Jaquith - DST is a liberal plot to create global warming.”
“Although DST is common in Europe and North America, most of the world's people do not use it.”
“Why not Mitch, DST is your baby, I'd think you would want to help your fellow Hoosiers get the time zone they want.”
“The amenities of the DC-3 (including sleeping berths on early "DST" - Douglas Sleeper Transport-models and an in-flight kitchen) popularized air travel in the United States.”
““While individuals must make their own decisions about participating in this program, I’m pleased that the price DST is offering is much greater than the price originally considered last fall, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a statement.”
“DST, which is valued at about $4 billion, this month bought up the remainder of Mail. ru, a Russian email, gaming and social-networking website, in a transaction that brought in a $388 million investment from South African media company Naspers Ltd.”
“DST, which is run by Russian businessman and Internet investor Yuri Milner, owns pieces of a number of Russian Internet properties, including Russia's largest Web site,”
“A spokesman for the Paris appeals court said there was confusion over the role of the DST, which is both a spy agency and a police service.”
“When we first saw this story on the news a couple of nights ago, my dad told me about his grandparents, who never liked the idea of DST in the first place, when it was first introduced decades ago.”
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