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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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David Whiles, CIO of 320-bed Midland Memorial Hospital in Texas, is not easily deterred.
While the kids pussy-foot around Scott's parents' place, afraid to mar the Sears Catalogue sterility of the house, the grown ups are getting drunk and nasty with each other at a party across town.
The last horse to win the Gold Cup while giving six pounds or more to his opponents was Affirmed, 132, beating Sirlad, 120, in 1979.
Prosecutor Richard Bennett said Mr Whiles was a man who could "turn on the smiles and the charm" for others, but was violent and sexually attracted to young boys.
Brian Cross, defending, said Whiles was seeking help with his drugs problems and was prepared to co-operate with support agencies.
While in the neighborhood, also keep an eye out for a free booklet, ``Hillquest Urban Guide.
Darren Albert heads the first try scorer betting at 11-1, whiles elected others include: 12-1Gardner, Gleeson,Sculthorpe; 14-1Cunningham, Long, New-love,Wellens.
They included Sharon Bulman in the javelin and 100m relay, Amy Readman and Lisa Bennett in the discus, Kath Aspin in the 100m relay and Chris Whiles in the high jump.
WARD manager Sister Hilary Whiles today declared Summary Care Records (SCRs) a big boost to patient care.
Joel Raikes (Pontypridd) kicked one conversion, while Rhys Hughes (Llantwit Fardre) booted a brace of two-pointers.
VENTURA - Insurance agent Richard Graham spent a recent morning answering business e-mail on his laptop computer and working up client presentations - all while fulfilling his jury duty at the Ventura County Hall of Justice.
The scenario they faced was to diffuse a crisis in a drought-ravaged country with ethnic tensions while keeping British citizens safe.