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- n. A variant of nurry.
“Norry," he began intensely, "I'm in hell -- in hell.”
“On the morning of November 10th, when the Second Army launched its attack on the famous Hindenburg line before Metz, the 92nd Division held the line of Vandieres -- St. Michel, Xon and Norry.”
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“Yes, your Riverence, that's the cow that gives food to Norry and the fourteen childer.”
“He had got along for a year without her; he had almost ceased thinking of her when Norry brought her back to his mind.”
“Norry could help him but because he had to talk to somebody and Norry already knew the worst.”
“Norry brought him the drink, but nothing less than three glasses even began to satisfy Hugh.”
“Of course, we both know how ingenuous and romantic Norry is; he can find tragedy in a cut finger.”
“Central, a livelier and more robust Norry than Hugh had ever seen.”
“Norry walked out of the room, and Hugh quickly fell into a light sleep.”
“Mr. Parker was an artist, a portrait-painter, and he got prices for his pictures that staggered Hugh when Norry mentioned them casually.”
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