One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
At the time when (used to refer to an uncertain future event)‘they deal with an issue as and when it rears its head’
- ‘There is room for further expansion and development of the brewhouse to meet future demand as and when it arises.’
- ‘So expect posts as and when, but I doubt there will be more than one or two a day for a while.’
- ‘Indeed, the study says that most journalists sent to cover crises are general reporters dispatched as and when events occur.’
- ‘Sometimes this preparatory stage is intensive. Sometimes it happens over a long period, as and when I feel like it.’
- ‘The first priority for the group will be to improve this communications system as and when that proves possible.’
- ‘Publishers can shave costs by dumping their full-time employees and using freelances as and when.’
- ‘I didn't do any research at the time, because I'm lazy and thought I'd resolve the issue as and when the need arose.’
- ‘Receptionists at taxi firms will be issued with forms so they can log them as and when they are reported by drivers.’
- ‘Apply one technique, refine it as and when, then ultimately stick with it or ditch it.’
- ‘We have issued strict instructions to the area engineers to fill potholes as and when they are appear.’
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