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#16620 - 01/26/01 09:36 AM Re: whilst
Jo contibutes: "just stay in the car whilst I pop into the post office"
Which is getting to the point of my question. Thank you, Jo. Now, would you say "just stay in the car while I pop into the post office"? If not, why not?
As those of you who are at all interested at this point already know Ænigma thinks whilst is a whim.
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