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and now

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishand nowand nowused when introducing the next activity, performer etc And now, live from New York, it’s David Letterman! now
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and nowBut open-bridging is a big business and now accounts for borrowing of about £430 million a year.They had run out of % el and now drifted here and there with the tides.She became a pilot and now flies jumbo jets between Bali, Hawaii and Los Angeles.Only one vine grew and now it has one squash, all of three inches in diameter, and about ten flowers.And now, live from New York, it's "Saturday Night!"The alleged victim failed to appear in court, and now the case is on appeal in a federal court.It was once a farmhouse, and now the outbuildings are being converted into self-catering accommodation.These old men had taught us a lesson, and now the rest of us had to carry on.Unfortunately the label came detached from the image and now we don't know who painted it!
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