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>Whether Midnight applies to the day following or the day preceding was
apparently not addressed... Sounds like a good reason to use "Midnight
One could argue that Noon and Midnight are not things. They are not
periods. Infact they are boundries. Like lines, they have no width but
only serve to demarkate between that which comes before and that which
comes after. So midnight does not belong to the preceeding day or the
following day, it divides the two.
Now, what is the sound of one hand clapping?