Definitions

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  • proper n. A river that rises in Northamptonshire and flows to the sea at the Wash

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  • All deputy ministers must be MPs - a title Nene already holds.

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  • ` ` Nene is an interesting paint player, '' Nuggets coach George Karl said.

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  • Nene is the third player since the team joined the NBA in 1976-77 to make 10 or more shots without a miss.

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  • It's perhaps interesting to note that the River Nene is only a short distance away, but before the great reclamations of land around here nearby Wisbech was a port actually on the coast, (there's a section of old sea bank in the next village of Leverington).

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  • Nuggets forward Nene is out for the season after surgery to remove a tumor.

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  • Nene is a solid power forward who is still only 21.

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  • A rising star with the Nuggets, the one-name Nene served as a coach for the NBA's "Basketball Without Borders" instructional camp, which promotes leadership and healthy living in addition to basketball.

    Basketball's Global Reach

  • Waka Nene recognised the necessity, in New Zealand, of a government which could control both races.

    The Romance of a Pro-Consul Being The Personal Life And Memoirs Of The Right Hon. Sir George Grey, K.C.B.

  • "Her name is Delores, but we always call her 'Nene,'" he said.

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  • This past Saturday (December 19th), my wife's youngest sister (Darlene, called Nene) finally got married and had a traditional Catholic wedding, followed by a wedding reception that was held in my back yard.

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