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while

conjunction although, at the same time that, concurrently with, contemporaneously, currently, during, during the time that, even though, in the time that, simullaneously with, though, throughout the time that
See also: ad interim, duration, period
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Jennings's suggestion; and she could not help believing herself the nicest observer of the two;--she watched his eyes, while Mrs.
Again he took both my hands and put them to his lips, while my blood ran cold within me.
While I did so, he stood at the table drinking rum and eating biscuit; and when I saw him thus engaged, I saw my convict on the marshes at his meal again.
There ought to have been some guardian, or such-like, whiles you was a minor.
I drops my knife many a time in that hut when I was a-eating my dinner or my supper, and I says, 'Here's the boy again, a-looking at me whiles I eats and drinks
Spencer Whiles were certainly just a little out of accord with their surroundings.
There are whiles," said he, "when ye are altogether too canny and Whiggish to be company for a gentleman like me; but there come other whiles when ye show yoursel' a mettle spark; and it's then, David, that I love ye like a brother.
Work has completed on four road while soon will be build remaining four Roads,Aa[euro]sA Yousafzai said, he added that completion of the project minimising traffic problems near Zakori flyover.
Carl got another PB in the 200m alongside Sharon Bulman, while Chris Waugh, Elena Heath and Trish Speedie ran well in the 400m.
6 percent, while those by foreign tourists increased by 8.
WHILE covering the Open one year, a colleague and I were amused to hear about the existence of a magazine called Golf Punk - designed to make the royal and ancient game seem 'edgy'.
Newcomers may find it a tough nut to crack as close combat is hit and miss, literally, while the simple visuals would barely test the Wii.