[src NP VP] before|until|when|whenever [tgt NP AUX] (13 cases)

wsj_0148 (line 19, ant vpng):
Many institutional index funds are active program traders, swapping their stocks for futures when profitable to do so.

wsj_0360 (line 40, ant vp):
While recognizing that professional environmentalists may feel threatened, I intend to urge that UV-B be monitored whenever I can.

wsj_0445 (line 128, ant vp):
IBM, though long a leader in the Japanese mainframe business, didn't introduce its first PC in Japan until five years after NEC did, and that wasn't compatible even with the U.S. IBM standard.

wsj_0585 (line 35, ant vp):
On days when prices are tumbling, they must be willing to buy shares from sellers when no one else will.

wsj_0955 (line 48, ant vp):
They worry that Mr. Breeden also will roll over when told to do so by the White House.

wsj_1142 (line 32, ant vp):
That means that on days when prices are tumbling and sellers abound they must be willing to buy shares from sellers when no one else will.

wsj_1171 (line 12, ant vpng):
Munching pizza when they could and yelling until their voices gave out, the two Benjamin Jacobson specialists at the Big Board's UAL trading post yesterday presided over what can only be described as a financial free-for-all.

wsj_1569 (line 30, ant vp):
It never hurt anyone, that is, unless the growth funds don't grow when you need them to.

wsj_1591 (line 9, ant vp):
An Olivetti spokesman said the company's factories are already beginning to produce the machine, and that it should be available in Europe by December. "What this means is that Europeans will have these machines in their offices before Americans do," the spokesman said.

wsj_1778 (line 3, ant vp):
In the long, frightening night after Tuesday's devastating earthquake, Bay Area residents searched for comfort and solace wherever they could.

wsj_2173 (line 28, ant vp):
Those cuts, known as a "sequester" in budget jargon, became permanent yesterday, although Congress could cancel or rescind them whenever it wants to.

wsj_2193 (line 14, ant vp):
On Friday, the market makers, who must be prepared to buy stock when no one else will, were frantically cutting the prices at which they would take stocks off sellers' hands, in reaction to plunging prices on the New York Stock Exchange, according to Mr. Rosenbach.

wsj_2379 (line 35, ant vp):
On days like Friday, that means they must buy shares from sellers when no one else is willing to.