When the event denoted by the governor begins.

Prototypical prepositions are from and since (but see note under Time about the ambiguity of since):

  • The show will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 001

  • a document dating from the thirteenth century 002

Note that simple Time is used with verbs like start and begin: the event directly described by the PP is the starting, not the thing that started.

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