I therefore hope something may in the mean time be done for him.
In the mean time, her husband takes the child away.
In the mean time he came to terms with television as well.
In the mean time, you can find more news and analysis on our financial crisis page.
In the mean time keep pushing our leaders to get something done on an international level.
But in the mean time he wants less, my lord.
Many places have been closed by that in the mean time.
Who is going to pay for it in the mean time?
In the mean time, we have the problem of climate change and the world has changed since then.
And I shall of course provide for them in the mean time.
I don't mean time simply in the sense that it's more difficult to find a good man after the age of 30 than before.
He'd drive her home, which meant more time with him.
I mean, not enough time before the heat death of the universe.
That meant time to sleep, and even to have dinner.
However, just because your kids are grown doesn't mean extra time and money is here to stay.
That meant either a march or double time over the two miles between them and the city.
It means more safety training, less time to make pipe.
"That doesn't mean next time he won't be able to go deeper in the game."
That meant time to take a closer look at the neighborhood public schools.
"Seeing your doctor immediately can mean less time spent recovering."