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  1. At what time? At which time? Upon which occasion or circumstance? (non-gloss definition)

  2. (ux)

  3. 1834, Samuel Kirkham, ''English Grammar in Familiar Lectures'', page 117:

  4. What words are used as interrogative pronouns? — Give examples.When are the words, ''what'', ''which'', and ''that'', called adj. pron.?When are they called interrogative pronominal adjectives?
  5. At an earlier time and under different, usually less favorable, circumstances.

  6. At which, on which, during which: (non-gloss definition)

  7. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)Their example was followed by others at a time when the master of Mohair was superintending in person the docking of some two-year-olds, and equally invisible.

  8. The time at, on or during which.

  9. A circumstance or situation in which.

  10. ''Love is when you can't get enough of someone.''

  11. At (or as soon as) that time that; at the (or any and every) time that; if.

  12. (RQ:Vance Nobody)

  13. (quote-journal)

  14. During the time that; (n-g)

  15. {{quote-journal|en|date=April 22, 2012|author=Sam Sheringham|work=BBC Sport

  16. At what time; at which time.

  17. (ux)

  18. 1839, John Donne, ''The Works of John Donne: Sermons, Letters, Poems'', page 310:

  19. I am at London only to provide for Monday, when I shall use that favour which my Lady Bedford hath afforded me, of giving her name to my daughter; which I mention to you, (..)
  20. 1929, Donald John Munro, ''The Roaring Forties and After'' (page 38)

  21. He sat at the door of his kitchen watching, and seeing there was nothing else for it we buckled to and soon had the job done; when we were admitted to the kitchen and given a really good meal.
  22. Since; given the fact that; considering that.

  23. Whereas; although; at the same time as; in spite of the fact that.

  24. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Faithful Friends)

  25. What time; which time.

  26. (RQ:Shakespeare Tempest)

  27. 1831 (published), John Davies, ''Orchestra Or, a Poem of Dancing'', in Robert Southey, ''Select Works of the British Poets: From Chaucer to Jonson, with Biographical Sketches'', page 706:

  28. Homer, to whom the Muses did carouse
    A great deep cup with heav&39;nly nectar fill&39;d,
    The greatest, deepest cup in Jove&39;s great house,
    (For Jove himself had so expressly will&39;d)
    He drank off all, nor let one drop be spill&39;d;
    Since when, his brain that had before been dry,
    Became the well-spring of all poetry.
  29. 1833, William Potts Dewees, ''A Treatise on the Diseases of Females'', page 495:

  30. This we imagined might have been owing to some accidental condition of the system, or perhaps idiosyncracy; this led us to a second trial, but we experienced the same inconveniences, since when, we have altogether abandoned their use.
  31. 2012, Emile Letournel, Robert Judet, ''Fractures of the Acetabulum'', Springer Science & Business Media ((ISBN)), page 385:

  32. So we combined the Kocher-Langenbeck and iliofemoral approach until 1965, since when we have combined the ilioinguinal and Kocher-Langenbeck approaches.
  33. The time at which something happens.

  34. 2008, Paolo Aite, ''Lanscapes of the Psyche'', Ipoc Press ((ISBN)), page 151:

  35. For the moment, suffice it to say that the stories told through the whens and hows of building a scene differentiate individual desires and needs more clearly than shared speech was up to then able to communicate.
  36. That's enough: (non-gloss definition)

  37. (quote-book)

  38. (n-g) (q).

  39. (RQ:Shakespeare Taming of the Shrew)Off with my boots, you rogues: you villaines, when?(..)Out you rogue(..)

  40. (circa) ''Sir John Oldcastle'', iv. 1:

  41. Set, parson, set; the dice die in my hand.
    When, parson, when! what, can you find no more?
  42. (circa) Thomas Middleton, ''More Dissemblers Besides Women'', volume 1:

  43. Why, when? begin, sir: I must stay your leisure.
  44. (alt form)