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Could you please tell me if I have used inversion correctly or not?

On no account can reforms be postponed any longer.

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Yes. This sentence is correct and idiomatic.

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    You can't just "Dirac" answers: you must flesh them out. That is not even a comment, I'm sorry to say.
    – user40475
    Jun 16 '21 at 12:55
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    @eded: Your answer has been flagged as 'low quality' probably because of its length. It came up in the review queue. Would you be able to explain it further? Single line answers (in most situations) are less likely to be salvageable, I'm afraid. People flag them for incineration.
    – Void
    Jun 16 '21 at 12:59
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    The question was is this correct. The answer is yes. To me, it seems the poster understands and no more is needed. I don't mind getting downvoted, I'm just trying to help people Jun 16 '21 at 13:45
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    @User40475 what does Diracing an answer mean? Jun 16 '21 at 14:33
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    @Richard: Dirac's taciturn and retiring behavior are famous; in his days at Cambridge, a unit of volubility called a dirac meant one word per year. (copied from the internet)
    – user40475
    Jun 16 '21 at 14:45

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