“While” in the news
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|short while later|
|text while text|
|use while submerged|
|use while surfaced|
Publications and example sentences
· Viral marketing: Indonesia’s president has a new rival →
Jokowi had not been hectored in that way for a while.
· 'Bigger, stronger, fitter': Eels coach praise for Gutherson →
According to Arthur, Gutherson has been able to cope playing at 97kg - five kilos heavier than last year - while he has also worked around the clock on his captaincy qualities.
· CBSE alert! Class 10, 12 students with special needs availing scribe facility can skip exams →
While the Class 12 exams will be conducted across the country, the Class 10 exams are only pending in North East Delhi.
The China Post
· Armed bystanders watch Floyd protesters march in Indiana →
The protest on Monday drew dozens of demonstrators against the killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died May 25 after pleading for air while a white Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck.
· BBC NI's Sport Re-Run to document Ireland's hockey fairytale which may not be finished →
Sunday's Sport Re-Run programme will be available on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website from Monday while the 2015 Men's EuroHockey 3/4 place game between Ireland and England will be also be available on the BBC iPlayer
The China Post
· George Floyd’s death an American tragedy with global echoes →
Since his death while being detained by Minneapolis police last week, Floyd’s face has been painted on walls from Nairobi, Kenya to Idlib, Syria.
· DCB Bank Fixed Deposit: Online FD with free life insurance cover - Check details →
While debt mutual funds and equity markets are looking volatile, the bank FD remains a safe place to park funds till the prevailing uncertainty due to COVID-19 subsides.
· Pembina Pipeline: Well-Positioned For Current Climate And May Offer Potential →
While Pembina Pipeline appears to have reasonably safe flows, this fear could easily extend to it and make it difficult for the company to refinance a large amount of debt in a given year.
· 'Football needs a home': FFA to lobby government for new base →
The state's two football associations, Football NSW and Northern NSW Football are leading the charge to secure funds for grassroots facilities, while FFA is eager to secure a permanent headquarters for football in the game's largest state, home to almost 380,000 registered players.
· Neil Tennant on West End Girls: 'It's about sex and escape. It's paranoid' →
It took David Bowie quite a while to actually get a proper hit, and finally Jean Genie goes to No 2.