Dran-dir

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A Dran-dir is a Vilani measurement of time.

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dran-dir (Anglic: dran-dir) (plural edran-dir (Anglic: edran-dir))

  1. A calendar day, which is usually spit into the daylight dran (Anglic: dran) and night dir (Anglic: dir) periods.
  2. A span of 31.8 standard hours.
  3. It is equivalent to a standard day.

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