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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnowadaysnow‧a‧days /ˈnaʊədeɪz/ ●●○ S3 adverb  NOWnow, compared with what happened in the past syn today Nowadays people are rarely shocked by the sex they see on television. Most people nowadays are aware of the importance of a healthy diet.
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nowadaysPeople are taller nowadays.Just a little point of interest, how many people are on this thing nowadays?She and Carolan had no children, but that was neither here nor there as an indication of matrimonial harmony nowadays.You're following the bad examples nowadays.But nowadays, everyone uses an automated phone system for something.The Friends started a list of regular contributors and nowadays get donations from more than 55 percent of their subscribers.Also widely grown are tomatoes and strawberries, nowadays mainly under plastic sheeting.Housing, for instance, nowadays takes a much higher proportion of earned income.At a harness nowadays you will see the standard breed of the horse generally used speeding with determination.
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