One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Under no circumstances.
- ‘The Department of Defense has agreed to relocate its systems within two years, but in no case later then 2008.’
- ‘These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.’
- ‘But in no case should you treat labor as ‘its own reward.’’
- ‘One should recognize that the allegiance required is to the Constitution, not to an individual; in no case should this professional allegiance be confused with blindly following the orders of superiors.’
- ‘Though we will not discuss the circumstances of this matter in no case should a customer interfere with flight attendants in the discharge of their duties.’
- ‘And in no case would they have stooped to some of today's musically and verbally monotonous genres.’
- ‘We should refer to participants in Special Olympics as athletes and in no case should the word appear in quotation marks.’
- ‘However, in no case should urgent consultation with a urologist be delayed if torsion is clinically suspected.’
- ‘The swords are measured to ascertain that they are of equal length, and in no case must a sword with a sharp edge or a notch be allowed.’
- ‘Transcripts of all press conferences shall be made publicly available via the internet as soon as practicable, and in no case later than six hours after the end of the conference.’
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