Or at least he would be receptive to those arguments if someone made them to him during a hearing.
during the criminal trial, Curatolo testified that he also saw other students on a bus that night coming from a disco in town.
“All of us make decisions in our lives, and there are consequences of those decisions,” Akin said during a primary debate.
during our interview, Munter criticized the way White House officials approached Pakistan.
Supporters of right to work also made their presence felt, in much smaller numbers, during the protests.
during this service, the most perilous action occurred in which he was ever engaged.
There was a pause, during which the young educator's difficulties were brushed aside.
Hugh had never enjoyed the open air more than during this drive.
during his absence she thus repented, but no longer when he returned.
during the struggle France was reduced to a mere shell of her former power.
late 14c., durand, present participle of obsolete verb duren "to last, endure" (mid-13c.), from Old French durer, from Latin durare "endure" (see endure). During the day really is "while the day endures," and the usage is a transference into English of a Latin ablative absolute (cf. durante bello "during (literally 'enduring') the war").