I don't know what the 'if then' means in these sentences. Could anyone help me please? Thank you again.
12007FICBkJuv:MorningComesSoftly him, which he freely admitted was only about once every other year , if then . Now it seemed he was expected to show up every week in time for
22007NEWSUSAToday of this power struggle might not be determined until the 2008 presidential election , if then . In the meantime, this religious leadership transition -- often but not always conducted
32006SPOKNPR_ATCW say the Iraqis won't have the needed forces until late next spring , if then . That's when he hopes the Iraqi army troops in Anbar will increase to
42006NEWSHouston district officials in the planning for new subdivisions until the very last moment , if then . # Krueger said he finds it difficult to understand this attitude by developers since
52005SPOKCNN_Dobbs , they can't expect to leave until the earliest sometime this weekend , if then . # Now a weather problem that we usually don't see for at least
62002MAGSportingNews didn't worry about coaching the Irish from the shoulders down until August , if then . The first team meeting last January set the tone for an attitude overhaul,
72002MAGWashMonth of the reward that may only come when you're in the grave , if then . That is why, while I often criticize the sluggards and incompetents in government
82001SPOKCNN_LiveToday nomination, although no president -- it may have happened once in history , if then . But Gore is still leading the poll right now.
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