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the moment (that)

As soon as; immediately when. Lock the door the moment you get inside. Call me the moment that you get the results—I want to know right away!
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I want to enjoy the moment just as you're enjoying the moment, but I can't enjoy it if I'm not feeling like there's any respect given to me at that moment.
Bush at the White House), and Josh Rolnick, cofounder of the Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation Fiction Contest (below, bottom right).
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There's never a dull moment when man of the moment Mario Balotelli is on the pitch and if he plays, let's hope he doesn't get caught up in the heat of the moment.
The Moment is the second Android handset Samsung announced this week, following the Samsung Behold II on T-Mobile.
They wanted to use the concept of the moment as a vehicle to accomplish this.
You are encouraged to trust your instincts and to focus on the moment.
It was the moment the USC-UCLA rivalry got great again.
For in the richness of the moment, both conditions are true.
That is the moment that both fascinates--and escapes--me, the moment that represents the fluid core that I believe to be architecture just as it is being conceived--what a moment
However, the moment when their collective consciousness and the text become "gothic," in Halberstam's sense--when it "emanates from a vertiginous excess of meaning"--occurs later when, virtually naked, the boys are shocked by the presence of a "white woman, poised on the edge of the opposite embankment" (29).
Living in the moment could involve recognizing the euphoria of a student who is playing a new piece, even with many learned inaccuracies, for there is still a balance here.
An unlikely question, perhaps, but one to which Doug Aitken's the moment, 2005, provides an answer.
From the moment the lovely and eccentric April sits down across from him in the Second Cup coffee shop, something clicks inside, and he is transformed.