hardly never vs hardly ever : Common Errors in English

About hardly never vs hardly ever

The expression is “hardly ever” or “almost never.”

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  • In Which a Secret Intelligence Court Fights Back Against More Secrecy

    The secret court at the center of the National Security Agency surveillance debate has a bit of a reputation. It's supposed to act as a check on the executive, making sure it doesn't overstep its bounds when eavesdropping on terrorism suspects. In reality, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court hardly ever says no to a request. Critics have called the court a "rubber stamp" that obeys the ...
    on June 12, 2013 Source: National Journal via Yahoo! News

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