hardly a


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You may read the greatest part of Dickens, as you may read the greatest part of Hawthorne or Tolstoy, and not once be reminded of literature as a business or a cult, but you can hardly read a paragraph, hardly a sentence, of Thackeray's without being reminded of it either by suggestion or downright allusion.
I had gone up to town about an investment, and I met him in Regent Street with hardly a coat to his back or a boot to his foot.
226) are struggling early, hardly a surprise given that both are adjusting to the American League.
Getting through six innings with a lead is hardly a feat of Cy Young-caliber proportions, especially against a team hitting .
On a rare balmy night at Lancaster Municipal Stadium, there was hardly a breeze in the air.