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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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So lax is NOW that it has ceded a great working women's issue to, of all people, Phyllis Schlafly: lifting the federal and local laws and regulations that restrict work that can be done at home.
We created Export Now to offer these businesses a chance to grow without worrying about the challenges that exporting can present.
Roses, hardy plants that can withstand the ice and snow of colder regions, are mostly dormant now, when gardeners are pruning back dead wood and getting rid of old leaves that may carry rust, black spot or other diseases, said Bev Osborne, president of the San Fernando Valley Rose Society.
Cash Now anticipates that its bundled, integrated prepaid services will increase the value of its prepaid bank debit cards as well as promote the usage and loading of bankcards.
The NOW suite is comprised of 4C modules -- Content-NOW (Web site update), Contacts-NOW (customer database), Communicate-NOW (eMarketing) and Commerce-NOW (eCommerce).
Bruce, who now calls herself a classical liberal, insists that she is "still very proud" of her work at NOW.
exports to China growing 468 percent in the last decade, China is now the third largest market for American goods after Canada and Mexico," said Frank Lavin, founder and global CEO of Export Now.
For example, the outspoken Tammy Bruce, former president of the National Organization for Women's (NOW) Los Angeles chapter, is now considered persona non grata by traditional feminists.
The women at the NOW gathering are in many ways the offspring of this progressive tradition among lesbians.
Staffing Now specializes in the permanent and temporary placement of high-end clerical and accounting and finance professionals to primarily small and medium-sized companies.
The March 27 event features NOW president Patricia Ireland and lesbian comic Suzanne Westenhoefer and honors women "who are breaking through barriers," says NOW's Elizabeth Toledo.