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What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Spring Equinox
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- Spectrum Engineering
- Spezial Electronic (German electronic company)
- Split End (similar to wide receiver; football)
- Spongiform Encephalopathy
- Sport England (UK)
- Sports Edition
- Spreading Efficiency (amount of information bits conveyed by each chip)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Iranians are among the few people who today mark their new year on the spring equinox, the instant when the sun crosses the earth's equator, when night and day are of equal length, and when spring officially begins.
As recorded in history on the spring equinox of 487 BCE Nowrouz was celebrated at Takth-e-Jamshid (Persepolis), when the first rays of the rising sun lighted the square stone set in the central hall of the Apadana palace.
The day, celebrated close to the spring equinox and Easter, is marked on March 25, but is moved in order not to coincide with Easter or the Sunday preceding it.
Today's spring equinox, when day and night both last exactly 12 hours, is considered the start of spring by many.
The first day of Novruz falls on the spring equinox, the day when the hours of daylight approximately equal those of darkness.
THE Spring Equinox is nigh and Castle Hill ranger Julian Brown is inviting people to join him on a walk to enjoy the first day of spring on Castle Hill and take in the magnificent views from and towards the Huddersfield landmark.
The idea that cloudy weather halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox means an early spring is embedded in many cultures.