from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- prep. Throughout the course or duration of: suffered food shortages during the war.
- prep. At some time in: was born during a blizzard.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- prep. For all of a given time interval.
- prep. At any time or period within a given time interval.
- v. Present participle of dure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- prep. In the time of; as long as the action or existence of
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Duration; existence.
- Lasting; continuing; enduring.
- In the time of; in the course of; throughout the continuance of: as, during life; during our earthly pilgrimage; during the space of a year.
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The second session provides for the suspension of an officer during the recess, and for a temporary appointment _during the recess_.
Therefore we must probably picture to ourselves that the sensation from the strip of the retina stimulated during the quick eye-movement is, _during the interval of movement or at least during the greater part of it, localized as if the axis of vision were still directed toward the original fixation-point.
What is such a state of things but a mere connection during pleasure, or, to use the phraseology of the times, _during feeling_?
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Here at the Health Blog, we're always grateful for vocabulary-building exercises and it occurred to us when Gold dropped the term during an interview it was Dendreon-speak for "really expensive cancer drugs."
Meanwhile, Stephen Elop, the chief executive of Nokia, used the term during a news conference to defend the competitiveness of the company's new Lumia 900 smartphone, even though it doesn't run on the fastest quad core processors.
The former Massachusetts governor forcefully rejected the label during Thursday night's debate, noting that his father was born in Mexico and his father-in-law in Wales.
The priest is never supposed to use your name during confession.
We have known the giant "V" of bright stars high in our S sky on August nights as the Summer Triangle since Sir Patrick Moore popularized the name during his early Sky at Night TV programmes in the 1950s.