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“But there was one thing that surprised her when she moved in: Kenly, the woman she refers to as "Natty.”
“She started her clothing label Natty Paint in the spring of 2009, and in just over a year since, she's launched a 2010 summer line, had a booth at Artscape, and has even clothed local musician Dan Deacon.”
“Its central character is a repellent creature called Natty Emma Pierson, a kind of Jordan/ Amy Childs hybrid.”
“On the other end of the spectrum from Hopslam, word reached Baltimore Magazine earlier this week that the iconic National Bohemian lager -- colloquially known as Natty Boh -- will be returning to Baltimore taps in early February after an absence of 15 years.”
“Sheen said that the women - Natalie Kenly, a self-described porn star Sheen calls "Natty," and Rachel Oberlin, a model he calls "Rach" - are helping to raise his twin sons by real estate investor Brooke Mueller: Bob and Max, about to turn 2.”
“The chick gripping the bong is Natalie Kenly -- aka Natty Baby -- a model regularly featured in "Cali Chronic X Magazine" ... who's such...”
“He coined the term "The Natty" when Oregon went to the BCS National Championship Game last season a loss to Auburn and once referred to himself as "the cheese on top of the nachos.”
“Also notable was the alert stillness of Nkosinathi "Natty" Mncube of Edgeworks in a solo by Helanius J. Wilkins called "The Heist," and the layered aspects of female bonding in ClancyWorks Dance Company's "Driven [by the female heartbeat].”
“Natividad Lopez Rubio, known as "Natty," said his Nogales-to-Phoenix shuttle business is suffering.”
“Imagine my shock when Leneshe sang some tune she called "Natty" and it had a winning melody (for a while) and the amusing line "I like your thuggish ways" (which sounded cute when she sang it).”
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