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any day/minute etc now

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishany day/minute etc nowany day/minute etc nowsoonvery soon The guests will arrive any minute now. now
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any day/minute etc nowFor the black and white believers who gathered at Azusa Street, the answer was simple: any day now.His task force is set to deliver its report any day now.It should be 239-any minute now.The chip set is currently in pre-production; high volume production is due to begin any day now.The right guy would come along any minute now.They said they were sending along at once, so they should be here any minute now.This bloody border war could flare up any day now.But any day now, his two agents should be arriving from Aden.
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