now that

now that

Seeing that, since, as in Now that you're here, you might as well stay for dinner. This usage was first recorded in 1530. For a synonym, see as long as.
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Now that we have passed the compatibility test, Cash Now intends to immediately begin the process of doing the necessary filings and registrations towards moving to being a full service Forex dealer.
Now that the standard polite flip-through of the neighbors' hospital baby pictures means viewing a bloody color close-up of baby's emerging head and mom's genitalia, you may wonder just what truths about giving birth are still hidden.
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.