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“Nowadays, is it only another drink, another mouthful, another purchase or another pill away?”
“Nowadays, is really harder to find them, earth is dying.”
“Nowadays it’s just a code word among conservatives for “anything liberals agree with.””
“My foot's always been like that," he said, "in Nowadays time.”
“Nowadays, that is more true than ever, in the Catholic Church and particularly in those ecclesial communities that "ordain" women to the ministry—so much so that, if we did have women's ordination in the two communions that can plausibly claim historical and confessional continuity with the Church of the Apostles, I suspect the demographics would not take terribly long to yield a "priesthood" composed disproportionately of middle-aged and elderly women.”
“Nowadays, that is my primary activism--I do tech support for MoveOn, and I get a lot done that way without having to drive anyplace, which is great.”
“Nowadays, that is a lot more than they will get from home.”
“Nowadays," he says through a translator in an e-mail exchange, "video game became just like a movie.”
“Nowadays," explained one, "if any trouble starts, the policemen arrest them immediately.”
“Nowadays," she remarked, observing the Shadows shifting in his eyes and the hint of tension in his jaw, "when a woman gets pregnant by accident, the guy is as likely to run away as to marry her.”
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