(now Uzbekistan) in 1924.
So what can schools do right now?
“We can get red flag laws done now.
Can you apply online for a scholarship right now?
And of course, now I know that I can wear pyjama bottoms all day.
Now we talk because now the culture is listening to us.
Now define A-simultaneity as occurring “at the same now”.
Now 2 and Now 6 began with a one-two of Queen and Nik Kershaw.
“And now three-fifty now, now three-fifty now!”
"They called me homophobic, racist, fascist, a torturer and now... what is it now?
"So we weren't relying on international vendors who couldn't ship right now or couldn't work in manufacturing sites right now."
There are now nearly 430,000 Israeli settlers living in the occupied West Bank, which is home to 2.7 million Palestinians, according to Israeli watchdog Peace Now.
Britain is open, time to rejoice, so praise me for I have delivered unto you ale and festivities, but you must take heed my children and go to the pub NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW’, obviously I didn’t mean you should go to the pub, and certainly not now.
Bach’s gift for variation, was performed now to the right, now to the left; now backward, now forward; now in double time, now faster or slower; now with this or that embellishment.
A montage of John Kenney in meetings over the years: Now looking lethargic, now biting his nails, now staring out a window, now spilling coffee on himself, now laughing out of context at something he thought was funny in his head.
Spice Girls (Say You’ll Be There, Now 35) brought back a bubblegum sensibility in 1996 that dominated British chart pop for the rest of the nineties (All Saints’ I Know Where It’s At, Now 38; Steps’ Heartbeat, Now 41; Billie’s Honey to the Bee, Now 42).
He held on, in a dull persistent way, and Estella held him on; now with encouragement, now with discouragement, now almost flattering him, now openly despising him, now knowing him very well, now scarcely remembering who he was.
Now they’re all stuffed into their waterproof pants and their rubber boots; now they’re being zipped and buckled into their life jackets like outsized kindergarten kids; now they’re turning their tags from green to red; now they’re edging down the gangway and being whisked into the black inflatable Zodiacs.
For as its belt sparkled and glittered now in one part and now in another, and what was light one instant, at another time was dark, so the figure itself fluctuated in its distinctness: being now a thing with one arm, now with one leg, now with twenty legs, now a pair of legs without a head, now a head without a body: of which dissolving parts, no outline would be visible in the dense gloom wherein they melted away.
Marquessates in the peerage of Scotland (to which no further admissions were made after the Union of Scotland and England in 1707) are Angus (1703), Annandale (1701, now extinct), Argyll (1641, now extinct), Atholl (1676), Bambreich (1681, now extinct), Bowmont and Cessford (1707), Clydesdale (1643), Douglas (1633), Dumfriesshire (1684), Graham and Buchanan (1707), Hamilton (1599), Huntly (1599), Kintyre and Lorne (1701), Lothian (1701), March (1672, now extinct), Montrose (1644, now extinct), Ormond (1488, now extinct, a later creation of the same name now being merged with the crown), Queensberry (1682), Tullibardine (1703), Tweeddale (1694), and Wigtown (1602, now extinct).
- the momentary present
Example: Now is a good time to do it
- in the historical present; at this point in the narration of a series of past events
Example: President Kennedy now calls in the National Guard
- in these times
Example: it is solely by their language that the upper classes nowadays are distinguished
- used to preface a command or reproof or request
Example: now hear this!
- at the present moment
Example: goods now on sale
- without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening
- (prefatory or transitional) indicates a change of subject or activity
Example: Now the next problem is...
- in the immediate past
Example: told me just now
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Marquessates in the peerage of Scotland to which no further admissions were made after the Union of Scotland and England in 1707 are Angus 1703 Annandale 1701 now extinct Argyll 1641 now extinct Atholl 1676 Bambreich 1681 now extinct Bowmont and Cessford 1707 Clydesdale 1643 Douglas 1633 Dumfriesshire 1684 Graham and Buchanan 1707 Hamilton 1599 Huntly 1599 Kintyre and Lorne 1701 Lothian 1701 March 1672 now extinct Montrose 1644 now extinct Ormond 1488 now extinct a later creation of the same name now being merged with the crown Queensberry 1682 Tullibardine 1703 Tweeddale 1694 and Wigtown 1602 now extinct