At the time the will is written. Used in order to prevent any inheritance from being transferred to a person of a future marriage. Does not indicate the existence of a previous marriage. (adjective)
Fashionable; popular; up to date; current. (adjective)
At the present time. (adverb)
Used to introduce a point, a remonstration or a rebuke. (adverb)
Differently from the immediate past; differently from a more remote past or a possible future; differently from all other times. (adverb)
Differently from the situation before a (stated or implied) event or change of circumstance. (adverb)
At the time reached within a narration. (adverb)
In the context of urgency. (adverb)
since, because, in light of the fact. (conjunction)
Indicates a signal to begin. (interjection)
The present time. (noun)
Examples of word now
˜It is now the case that it will be the case that Socrates is sitting down™, whereas there is no genuine way of representing the indexical ˜now™ in the l-calculus (the date variable z is not an indexical, any more than ˜25 December 2006™ is an indexical).
That's why this objection is invalid: if you can't predict the weather 5 days from now, how can you predict something about 100 years from now.
In real life, Linda was laid-back nearly to the point of sloth, but now, she was the one who most intensely wanted them to have everything _now_.
We live in the now, trailing, to be sure, a few seconds of the past as we press ahead into the future, but it's always _now_ wherever (whenever) we go.
The actual presence of a physical God was irrelevant, because if there was a creation of the here and now, regardless of any theoretical faith, that only meant, that without a doubt, I was responsible to just the here and now previous: next thought - 2006-02-01 ehh?