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NOW

Negotiable Order of Withdrawal Account

A checking account at a bank or thrift that earns interest. The account holder is allowed to write checks or drafts against the money in the account and may withdraw any amount of money from it on demand. See also: M1.
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In The Dark Knight Strikes Again, The Question is writing a manifesto and comprehends the limits of his undertaking: "It is not in my power to effect the change.
Eventually, I decided that God was but a fiction of the imagination, that abandonment is the true reality, and I must do what I can not to let that reality get the better of me again.
Governor, veto it once again as, thankfully, you have in the past.
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He said if it would help other kids with cancer, he wanted to be bald again.
But it's been pushed before and I fear it will have to be pushed again.
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Never again shall a nation like Nazi Germany kill 6 million Jews - or any other group - out of prejudice and hate.
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To make a long story a little shorter, I re-admitted myself to detox again, and then decided to stay with the program.
Through our services, we help get a lot of that back," said Keith Perkins, founding attorney of the Never Again Foundation Legal Services.