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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/southamerica:23:   # For data circa 1899, a common source is:   # Milne J. Civil time. Geogr J. 1899 Feb;13(2):173-94.   # http://www.jstor.org/stable/1774359   #   # Earlier editions of these tables used the North American style (e.g. ARST and   # ARDT for Argentine Standard and Daylight Time), but the following quote   # suggests that it's better to use European style (e.g. ART and ARST).   # I suggest the use of _Summer time_ instead of the more cumbersome   # _daylight-saving time_. _Summer time_ seems to be in general use   # in Europe and South America. - # -- E O Cutler, _New York Times_ (1937-02-14), quoted in + # -- E O Cutler, _New York Times_ (1937-02-14), quoted in   # H L Mencken, _The American Language: Supplement I_ (1960), p 466   #   # Earlier editions of these tables also used the North American style   # for time zones in Brazil, but this was incorrect, as Brazilians say   # "summer time". Reinaldo Goulart, a São Paulo businessman active in   # the railroad sector, writes (1999-07-06):   # The subject of time zones is currently a matter of discussion/debate in   # Brazil. Let's say that "the Brasília time" is considered the   # "official time" because Brasília is the capital city.   # The other three time zones are called "Brasília time "minus one" or