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17:21 Feb 15, 2006
English to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Expressing time
English term or phrase:00.00 (vs. 24:00)
This is about depositing documents for a shareholders' meeting at a certain time. 0:00, followed by the date, say April 15., is intended to mean the start of April 15., whereas 24:00 is midnight, the end of April 15. Short of using 'zero hours' or midnight of the day before, does anyone know of an elegant way to express this?