hardly begun

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But you simply cannot allow the gap between Villa and the teams in the promotion positions to get too big otherwise Villa's season, as far as promotion is concerned, is over before it's hardly begun.
At the other end of the spectrum, Burnley and managerless Hull City, two of the newly promoted clubs, have hardly begun recruiting.
Scores of sun worshipers have already ended up in hospital and the summer has hardly begun.
Many forms of trafficking in persons, such as labor trafficking inside and outside the country, have hardly begun to be addressed.
Even the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, who went to the Middle East on his way to the Paris conference, has hardly begun to arrange talks between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose stance on a peace accord has been miserable.
already the new century--though we have hardly begun to imagine the
Ezra's training as a Jedi has hardly begun and fans of the franchise are eagerly waiting for the battle between Kanan Jarrus and the Sith Inquisitor.
QI HAVE hardly begun to shop for my holidays and the sales have started and left me panicking that there will be no summer clothes left
Transnational opinion polls are silent on the question for now, but the campaign has hardly begun.
In reality, and above all perhaps where Palestine is concerned, they have hardly begun to face up to the lamentable consequences of their imperial past.
ACCIDENT and emergency units are in crisis, and the surge in patients which comes with winter has hardly begun.