Dst - Observance through oct

Word by letter:
  • Dst - Letter on D
  • 1 - st. word D
  • 2 - st. word S
  • 3 - st. word T

All questions by word:
Dst - August hrs Dst - Aug. setting Dst - It ends in oct Dst - When we "spring ahead" Dst - Time zone letters Dst - Summer clock setting (abbr.) Dst - Clock change inits Dst - "spring ahead" abbr Dst - April letters Dst - "spring forward" letters Dst - Certain clock setting: abbr Dst - Time change abbr Dst - It starts in apr Dst - Summer clock setting: abbr Dst - Timezone letters Dst - 'spring ahead' hrs Dst - Summer setting: abbr Dst - It's over in oct Dst - It starts in early apr Dst - Spring-ahead letters Dst - Summer hrs Dst - Observance through oct Dst - P.m. brightener Dst - Summer at mit, e.g Dst - Summer observance: abbr Dst - Apr.-to-oct. setting Dst - Apr. clock setting, for many Dst - Reason to reset the clocks: abbr Dst - It ends in late oct Dst - "spring ahead" letters Dst - Ariz. doesn't observe it Dst - Reason to move forward annually?: abbr Dst - Clock change letters Dst - "spring forward" pd Dst - "fall back" time, in brief Dst - Summer setting, briefly Dst - Schedule-shifting syst Dst - It starts on mar. 11th this year Dst - Spring ahead letters Dst - Mar.-to-nov. hrs Dst - What to spring to when springing ahead: abbr Dst - When to spring forward (abbr.) Dst - It ends in the fall: abbr Dst - Hr. deleter Dst - It ended on nov. 4 in 2007 Dst - When the clocks shift: abbr Dst - March adjustment, briefly Dst - Period after springing forward: abbr Dst - Summer clock setting, briefly Dst - It begins near the end of winter: abbr Dst - Clock setting: abbr Dst - It lasts almost eight mos Dst - Phoenix doesn't observe it: abbr Dst - Mar.-to-nov. setting Dst - Mar. change Dst - Ariz. hasn't observed it since 1967 Dst - "spring forward, fall back" abbr Dst - It ends in nov Dst - Much-anticipated spring thing: abbr Dst - Cause of a clock change twice a yr Dst - Reason to do a 2 a.m. shift Dst - Mar.-to-nov. period Dst - Annual energy-saving meas Dst - "spring ahead" hrs Dst - It starts by "springing forward": abbr Dst - Summer clocks are set to it: abbr Dst - "spring forward" clock setting: abbr Dst - Summer-setting letters Dst - Daylight saving arrangement, abbr Dst - Aug. hours Dst - It ends every nov Dst - When clocks are set ahead: abbr Dst - Forward-moving occasion?: abbr Dst - Mar. weekend shortener Dst - Spring clock adjustment: abbr Dst - Annual cause of losing an hr.'s sleep, perhaps Dst - Mar. switch-over Dst - 'spring forward' to this: abbr Dst - It starts in march: abbr Dst - Aug. clock setting Dst - From apr. to oct., for most Dst - 'spring forward' hrs Dst - 'spring ahead' abbr Dst - Mar.-nov. hrs Dst - Jul. clock setting Dst - Sept. clock setting Dst - Mar.-nov. clock setting Dst - It starts by 'springing forward': abbr Dst - Summer letters Dst - 'spring forward' abbr Dst - Letters that change hands in april? Dst - Reason for a late shift?: abbr Dst - It lasts nearly eight mos Dst - Haw. doesn't observe it Dst - "spring forward" period: abbr Dst - Syst. first implemented during w.w. i Dst - It ends when you 'fall back': abbr Dst - It ends when you "fall back": abbr Dst - 'spring forward' inits Dst - What ariz. and hawaii are the only two states not to have Dst - 'spring forward, fall back' syst Dst - 'spring ahead' hours: abbr Dst - Sept. hours Dst - Summer clock schedule: abbr Dst - Annual cause of losing an hr.'s sleep hidden in this puzzle's 10 longest answers Dst - This year, it ends nov. 3rd Dst - Summer hours: abbr Dst - Summer nyc hrs Dst - Period that ends nov. 3rd, requiring a shift, and letters that shift in this puzzle's theme entries Dst - 'spring ahead' letters Dst - Reason for a semiannual shift: abbr Dst - Mar.-nov. hours Dst - 48 u.s. states observe it: abbr Dst - Summer clock observance: abbr Dst - Most of az doesn't observe it Dst - June hrs Dst - Source of addl. evening light Dst - 'spring ahead' clock abbr Dst - "spring ahead" clock abbr Dst - Sask. doesn't observe it Dst - Occasion to do a late shift?: abbr Dst - Summer time in nyc Dst - Annual reason for losing sleep: abbr Dst - Nyc summer hrs Dst - Light saving arrangement, abbr Dst - "spring forward" hrs Dst - Summer time, but not in ariz Dst - Annual reason to reset clocks: abbr Dst - Summer clock initials Dst - Abbreviated clock setting found in this puzzle's eight longest answers Dst - 'spring forward, fall back' inits Dst - Apr. clock setting Dst - Shifted hrs Dst - It returns just before spring: abbr Dst - It ends 11/6/2016 in the u.s Dst - It's not observed in p.r Dst - Hrs. that begin when we "spring forward" Dst - It causes you to lose one hr. of sleep Dst - It ends in early nov Dst - Summertime hrs Dst - Annual 34-wk. observance Dst - 'spring forward' letters Dst - March-to-november hrs Dst - Reason for a shift of hrs Dst - Something you might lose a little sleep over?: abbr Dst - Most of ariz. doesn't observe it Dst - Setting eschewed by hawaii: abbr Dst - May hrs Dst - Va. summer hours Dst - Mar.-nov. period Dst - Observance that begins in march: abbr
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