As now

just now.

See also: as

References in classic literature ?
'But it must come some time,' interrupted I, 'and if it be years hence, it will as certainly overtake you as if it came to-day, - and no doubt be as unwelcome then as now, unless you - '
And contrary to 1984, when Democrats actively sought NOW's backing, how aggressively will the front-runners pursue NOW's endorsement knowing that they are, as far as NOW's concerned, second choice?
So reported the San Diego Union-Tribune on August 23, 1996 - the day after the president signed a law ending welfare as we knew it (and as NOW preferred it).