under any circumstances

under any circumstances

Also, under no circumstances. See under the circumstances.
See also: any, circumstance
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Wade ruling gave sweeping constitutional protection to abortion -- asks Americans to say whether they believe abortion should be "legal under any circumstances," "legal only under certain circumstances," or "illegal in all circumstances.
Smaller percentages have believed it should be either legal under any circumstances or illegal in all circumstances -- with those in favor of legality consistently the larger group.
Women have in recent years been more likely than men to hold the two absolute positions on abortion -- saying it should be either legal under any circumstances or illegal in all circumstances -- but these differences are not large.
Overall, women are a bit more likely than men to hold one of the more absolute views on abortion: that it should be either legal under any circumstances or illegal in all circumstances.
The question was, "Do you think abortion should be legal under any circumstances, legal only certain circumstances, or illegal in all circumstances?
Majorities continue to believe that abortion should be legal only under limited circumstances, although the 1973 Supreme Court abortion decisions legalized abortion under any circumstances.
Do you think abortions should be legal under any circumstances, legal only under certain circumstances, or illegal in all circumstances?
WCI may redeem all or some of the notes in cash under certain circumstances on or after August 5, 2006 or at any time under any circumstances after August 5, 2008.
JetBlue may redeem all or some of the notes for cash under certain circumstances on or after July 18, 2006 or at any time under any circumstances after July 18, 2008.