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now or never

adv. (context idiomatic English) at this opportunity, or never at all

Now or Never (Mark Medlock song)

"Now Or Never" is the debut single by the German winner of the fourth season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar, Mark Medlock. It was written and produced by Dieter Bohlen. In May 2007 it was released as a 2-Track- and as a Maxi-Single with four tracks.

Now or Never (Billie Holiday song)

"Now or Never" is a jazz song written by singer Billie Holiday, and composer Curtis Reginald Lewis.

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Now or Never (High School Musical song)

"Now or Never" is the opening musical number and first single from the Walt Disney Pictures film, High School Musical 3: Senior Year. The song is also the first track of the movie's soundtrack. However, when the song is performed in the movie, the first verse is omitted.

Now or Never (film)

Now or Never is a 1921 short comedy film starring Harold Lloyd.

Now or Never (Blazin' Squad album)

Now or Never is the second studio album released by British ten-piece hip hop group Blazin' Squad. The album was released on 20 November 2003 in the United Kingdom, and peaked at #37 on the UK Albums Chart. The album spawned the singles "We Just Be Dreamin'", "Flip Reverse" and "Here 4 One". It features the rap version of "We Just Be Dreamin'", running at 3:28, instead of the vocal version, running at 3:37. The album cover was photographed in Queensborough, on the Isle of Sheppy. Following the album's commercial failure, the band split in 2004, and Now or Never became their last record to be released as a ten-piece band.

Now or Never (Nick Carter album)

Now or Never is the debut solo album by Nick Carter, best known as a member of the Backstreet Boys, released on October 29, 2002 by Jive Records. The album debuted at #17 in its first week on the Billboard 200, selling some 70,000 copies during first week in U.S. It fell out of the top 50 in its second week, but sold well enough to be certified Gold by the RIAA in December 2002. Two singles were released from the album, neither of which had any impact on the US charts. The first single, "Help Me", did reach #9 on the Canadian Singles Chart. "I Got You" was a major hit in Europe and Southeast Asia. Aaron Carter gave sneak previews of three of the songs from the album on his album Another Earthquake.

Now or Never (Tela album)

Now or Never is the second album by American rapper Tela, released on October 16, 1998 through Rap-a-Lot Records. The album peaked at 49 on the Billboard 200 and 13 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

Now or Never (Jodie Connor song)

"Now Or Never" is the debut single by Barbadian British singer-songwriter Jodie Connor, which features vocals from British grime artist Wiley. It was released by digital download on 13 January 2011 on Polydor Records. The track was produced by Takeover Entertainment producer David Dawood. The Producer behind Roll Deep's number 1 smash " Good Times". It was released from her yet un-titled album which was released later in 2011.

Now or Never (Tank album)

Now or Never is the fourth studio album by R&B singer/songwriter/producer, Tank. It was released on December 14, 2010 via Atlantic Records. The album debuted at number thirty five on the US Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 44,000 copies. Since then, the album has sold a total of 215,000 copies in the United States.

Now or Never (Outasight song)

"Now or Never" is the official second single by Outasight and was released on Warner Bros. Records. The song was released on May 11, 2012. It will appear on Outasight's debut album Nights Like These. The music video was released to YouTube on September 17, 2012. It has been announced as the official theme song for WWE's 2012 Survivor Series.

Now or Never (CNBLUE EP)

Now or Never is an extended play released by South Korean band CNBLUE on August 19, 2009.

Now or Never (2003 film)

Now or Never is a 2003 Italian coming of age comedy-drama film written and directed by Lucio Pellegrini.

Now or Never (Grey's Anatomy)

"Now or Never" is the twenty-fourth episode and the season finale of the fifth season of the American television medical drama, Grey's Anatomy and the show's 102nd episode overall. Written by Debora Cahn and directed by Rob Corn, the episode was originally broadcast on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) in the United States on May 14, 2009. The initial airing was viewed by 17.12 million viewers and garnered a 6.2/17 Nielsen rating/share in the 18–49 demographic. The episode marked the last appearance of series regular T.R. Knight who played Dr. George O'Malley who got into an accident during the episode and dies in the season 6 premier.

In the episode Cristina Yang ( Sandra Oh), Alex Karev ( Justin Chambers), George O'Malley ( T.R. Knight), and Meredith Grey ( Ellen Pompeo) are all sleeping and waiting for Izzie Stevens ( Katherine Heigl) to wake up after the surgery. Derek Shepherd ( Patrick Dempsey) comes up with an alternative treatment plan for Izzie, Miranda Bailey ( Chandra Wilson) confronts Chief's Richard Webber ( James Pickens Jr.) and Arizona Robbins ( Jessica Capshaw), about the peds fellowship program. Yang deals with her relationship with Owen Hunt ( Kevin McKidd) who helps George with career advice. The episode also focuses Meredith and Derek's post-it wedding.

Now or Never (Bananarama EP)

Now or Never is an extended play released by British Girl group Bananarama. This recording was released independently by the band on 21 September 2012 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the group and the launch of their Hard Rock Cafe " Pinktober" US tour.

The EP features "Now or Never" and "La La Love", two new recordings written in collaboration with British producer Ian Masterson. An extended version of the title track and a cover of Maroon 5's hit " Moves Like Jagger" were also included on the package.

A reworking of their 1992 song " Movin' On", was offered as a gift to fans who bought the EP and sent their proofs of purchase to the official website before 20 October 2012.

"Now Or Never" entered the US sales charts at #4 on Dance Singles Sales and at #11 on Hot Singles Sales

Usage examples of "now or never".

Almost at that moment he caught the glint of helicopter blades, and realised it was now or never.

We're up to our craniums in debt at the moment, so it's got to be now or never.

When my fifteen-year high school reunion notice came in the mail, I decided the time was now or never.

The English saw that now or never must they crush out the movement which, step by step, had wrested from them all the conquests which had been won with such vast effort under Edward I.