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at no time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat no timeat no timeused to say strongly that something never happened or should never happenat no time did/was etc At no time did anyone involved speak to the press. At no time was the company informed. time
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at no time did/was etcCertainly, at no time did the lift pass anything like 6,000 tons a day.Interestingly, at no time did anyone consider reinstating the four women.The worrying thing was that at no time did Leeds actually put together a great move which tore Sunderland apart.
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