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Sentence-final [ edit ]
1944, Thomas Reed Powell, letter to William O. Douglas, quoted in Melvin I. Urofsky (1989), '"Dear Teacher": The Correspondence of William O. Douglas and Thomas Reed Powell' ,  Law and History Review 7(2), page 364,
No one cares about what a judge thinks,
if, as and when. All that counts is what he says.
1988, Harry Brown, A Walk in the Sun ,  , page 75: ISBN 0803261489
The whole thing, Tyne decided, would make a nice problem to mull over in his old age -- if, as, and when.
1986, Roy Hoopes, “Introduction”, in 60 Years of Journalism ,  , page 113: ISBN 0879723270
Geyelin declined to hire Cain as an if-as-and-when editorial writer, and it appeared as if James M. Cain, like an old soldier — would never die, but just fade away.
Usage notes [ edit ]
1995, Brian A. Garner, A Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage ,  , page 414: ISBN 0195142365
An even worse manifestation of the phrase is if, as, and when [… ] One of the three words is suitable virtually wherever this phrase appears.
2002, Robert Hartwell Fiske, The Dimwit's Dictionary: 5,000 Overused Words and Phrases and Alternatives to Them ,  , page 192: ISBN 0966517679
if, as, and when A wretched redundancy