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Random information on the term “Immediately”:
In legal usage, “immediately” forms several compounds based on its conventional definitions.
Courts have used immediately to mean “Promptly, with expedition, with reasonable haste consistent with fair business activity.” 46 Am J1st Sales § 163.
Putnam v Putnam, 86 Mont 135, 282 P 855.
Courts, looking at the substance of contracts and statutes, have, during the last two centuries, repeatedly declared that the word “immediately,” although in strictness it excludes all meantimes, yet to make good the deeds and intents of the parties, it shall be construed “such convenient time as is reasonably requisite for doing the thing.” Anno: 16 ALR 609.
Random information on the term “NOW”:
The National Organization for Women (NOW) is an American feminist organization founded in 1966. The organization consists of 550 chapters in all 50 U.S. states and in Washington, D.C.
There were many influences contributing to the rise of NOW. Such influences included the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, Betty Friedan’s book The Feminine Mystique, and passage and lack of enforcement of the Civil Right Act of 1964 (prohibiting sexual discrimination).
The President’s Commission on the Status of Women was established in 1961 by John F. Kennedy, in hopes of providing a solution to female discrimination in education, work force, and Social Security. Kennedy appointed Eleanor Roosevelt as the head of the organization. The goal of action was to compromise those wanting to advance women’s rights in the workforce (such as advocates of the Equal Rights Amendment) and those advocating women’s domestic importance/role needing to be preserved (such as organized labor groups). The commission was in a way to settle the tension between opposing sides.