somewhen

Related to somewhen: anywhen

somewhen

(ˈsʌmˌwɛn)
adv
at some time
References in classic literature ?
Yes, though nobody else should reproach me if we should stay together, yet somewhen, years hence, you might get angry with me for any ordinary matter, and knowing what you do of my bygones you yourself might be tempted to say words, and they might be overheard, perhaps by my own children.
They have two rising stars of techno, Somewhen and SHDW.
In this way, the bear might be thought of as a ghost--a spectral presence that ruptures the limits of both history and ontology by intruding on the present from somewhen else.
Always bells; their timed sound, somewhen, in my tamed tides, deep.
Both EXAUDI and BCMG feature on Ben Somewhen, a relatively recent CD of my music.
Incompleteness there will always be in one form or another; the probability will always exist that somewhere and somewhen along the semiosic stream, what a sign is and what it is not according to how we take it will be discarded in favor of some alternative sign that is neither what the previous sign was nor what it was not, but something else (recall the case of the 'center of the universe' or of 'race' and 'skin color' in Figure 21).
Anyway, relocate a chap like Donaldson somewhere and somewhen else and he becomes a totally different chap.
It was somewhen during Peter Reid's first season as Sunderland manager, which happened to coincide with the height of the BSE crisis.
In fact, 'being singular' is, like 'being orientable', a global property of spacetimes: as such, unlike ordinary properties, it cannot be instantiated somewhere and somewhen, even if one is a substantivalist about spacetime.
It is up to us what somewhere or somewhen we conceive in this continuous extension of existence.
The third premiere was Howard Skempton's Ben Somewhen, a concertante for double-bass (the expert John Tattersdill) and ensemble.
Here we have no fewer than three world premieres: Howard Skempton's Ben Somewhen, based on the drawings of Ben Hartley, and two collaborations between Judith Weir and the evocative Indian storyteller Vayu Naidu, Manimekalai and Psyche.