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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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After nearly a year of using the new electronic records, Sister Whiles says: "SCR has instantly improved patient care.
The scenario they faced was to diffuse a crisis in a drought-ravaged country with ethnic tensions while keeping British citizens safe.
'Her parents are in a terrible state, calm one minute and in tears the next,' added Mrs Whiles. 'The waiting is the worst.'
Whiles recognizing the important role teachers play in the educational drive, Dr.
According to a notification of the National Institute of Health (NIH), Islamabad, two of the four children with polio virus hailed from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa while others two from Balochistan.
As result, the cousin of district councilor died at the scene whiles the councilor, a cop and pedestrian sustained bullet injuries.
Meanwhile, the output of jute batching oil increased by 62.88 percent, solvent Naptha by 16.90 percent whiles the production of LPG increased by 38.70 percent.
Kenneth Whiles, 71, who suffers from Alzheimers, was found in July to have indecently assaulted two boys and carried out acts of child cruelty.
Garvey working on the organism level and Whiles on the ecosystem level, found that trophic ecology was the key concept that let them work together.
"This venue is the first of its kind in this part of the world," says James Dilley, the head of interior design and hospitality at Jestico + Whiles, the firm behind the new Shilling Bar & Brewery.
Sarah Whiles suffered a stressrelated illness before being put into an induced coma earlier this year, but doctors at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital could not diagnose the problem.
In comparison with the same period of 2014, the number of passenger-kilometers in urban transport decreased by 4.5%, in suburban transport by 30.4%, in national transport by 46.2%, whiles in international transport the number of passenger-kilometres decreased by 6.6%.