otherwhile

otherwhile

(ˈʌðəˌwaɪl)
adj
occasional
adv
occasionally
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Howbeit oft times many do the contrary, in prejudice of their souls, yea, to them otherwhile that draw to their death.
It's similar to a handballgame in which players on two teams try to throw balls at each otherwhile avoiding being hit themselves.
Otherwhile, external factors such as drugs can trigger susceptible patients with risk alleles of the major histo-compatibility complex (MHC).
Plutarch acknowledges the handicap: "concerning the constitution of his body, hee was leane, white, and soft skinned, and often subject to headache, and otherwhile to the falling sicknes." But he frames Caesar's debility as a cause for wonder, rather than reproach: "That hee alwaies continued all labour and hardnesse, more then his body could beare ...
And so he did too mo, as he coude arede, Graspyng after with the staff in length and eke in brede, And fond hym otherwhile redlich inowghe With the staffes ende highe uppon his browe.
The couple fell for each otherwhile making the epic movie, and the watch is inscribed W'i'n' Dy Garu Di - ``I love you'' in Welsh.
Of Northumberland he wrote: "The ground it selfe, for the most part rough and hard to be manured, seemeth to have hardened the inhabitants, whom the Scots their neighbours also made more fierce and hardy, while sometimes they keepe them exercised in warres and otherwhiles in time of peace intermingle their manners among them, so that by these meanes they are a most warlike nation, and excellent good light horsemen.
Otherwhiles the l'amish'd English, like pale ghosts.
These and such like positions are spued out by this hel-homed somefimm agaurist true religion, otherwhiles against the religion and Church of Romp, sometimes also to taxing the religion of the heathen, of falsehoode, and coosinage: so that in trueth hee woulde Noire all religion to be of like accompt with his disciples, except it be so farre foorth as the pretence and shewe of religion may serue to set forward and effect their wicked pollicies.
'Otherwhiles we speake and be sorry for it, as if we had not wel spoken, so that we seeme to call in our word againe, and to put in another fitter for the purpose' (223).
So being clad, vnto the fields he went With the faire Pastorella euery day, And kept her sheepe with diligent attent, Watching to driue the rauenous Wolfe away, The whylest at pleasure she mote sport and play; And euery euening helping them to fold: And otherwhiles for need, he did assay In his strong hand their rugged teats to hold, And out of them to presse the milke: loue so much could.