Southern African informal right away; immediatelyI'll do it now-now!
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- now and again,
- now i lay me down to sleep,
- now or never, it's,
- now that,
- now you're talking,
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In the native they are called the nau-nau, which is pronounced “now-now.”The Cruise of the Snark|Jack London