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anywhen

(ˈɛnɪˌwɛn)
adv
at any time
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Philippe Parreno's "Anywhen" exhibition, which closed in April, was such a show.
Nowhere is this more evident than in Anywhen, 2016, the artist's monumental commission for Tate Modern's Turbine Hall, the first since the museum's major expansion last summer.
Not only would this cooperation free humans to explore anywhere and anywhen in space and time; cooperation could rid the world of war, violence and every form of crime.'
It's not terribly interested in the world they live in, and the show it is interested in making could be set pretty much anywhere and anywhen. The past is a foreign country, so they say, but Serangoon Road is proof that you can visit both the past and a foreign country yet still behave like a homesick tourist: all the sights, sounds and opportunities of a new world, and you settle for eating at the dramatic equivalent of McDonald's.
Not just anywhere, anywhen: Mapping change through studio work.
The AnyWhen Ensemble - a quintet that specializes in eclectic, improvisatory repertoire - will be joined by renowned pianist and composer Wayne Horvitz for a concert in Beall Hall at 7:30 p.m.
"Not Just Anywhere, Anywhen: Mapping Change through Studio Work." Journal of Basic Writing 24.1 (2005): 68-92.
* On September 11, Ariel Sharon said all Americans are Israelis, learning that terror can strike anywhere, anywhen. With equal conviction, Yasir Arafat might have said all Americans are Palestinians, compelled to retaliation and pre-emption.
In Football Trends last Friday I published figures which suggested that highly-placed teams do not achieve noticeably better results in important end-of-season games than they do anywhen else.
Our complete theory of chance, T, says that every J, anywhere and anywhen, has 2/3 chance of being a K.
He has a marked liking for ugly words, chancewise, anywhen, samewise.
"Postponing Armageddon" was one of six finalists in the 2011 "Anywhere But Here, Anywhen But Now" contest for aspiring debut novelists, sponsored by Sir Terry Pratchett and Transworld Publishers.