Comment: No. The Great War. The Great War Powers Interceded & Interdicted

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No. The Great War. The Great War Powers Interceded & Interdicted

Once upon a Railroad schedule, there was a Railroad Standard Time.

But for other's love of war, verily I go ~ "Coal & lamp oil savings time." A call to arms. Railroad standard time was reset to move forward wartime one hour. Get a jump on the poor fellow on the fighting for opposing nations. Little "Free Press" wasted on actual savings... Little press devoted to "Peace Saving Time" or "Saving Grace Time."

Be wary of "Daylight Wasting Time." Here is an example cited in Webster's 1828 definition of "Intercede." Even worse when "Daylight Salvation Time" is interdicted by authorities. Verily I go.

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Intercede - verb ~ Webster's 1828 Edition

    2. To mediate; to interpose; to make intercession; to act between parties with a view to reconcile those who differ or contend.

Interdict - verb ~ Webster's 1828 Edition

    1. To forbid; to prohibit. An act of congress interdicted the sailing of vessels from our ports. Our intercourse with foreign nations was interdicted.
    2. To forbid communion; to cut off from the enjoyment of communion with a church. An archbishop may not only excommunicate and interdict his suffragans, but his vicar-general may do the same.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul