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  • "But the Captain has walked off with 'Netty' -- forgotten all about her, I guess."

    Dorothy on a Ranch

  • 'Netty's situation rose upon her distracted mind in all its seriousness.

    Life's Little Ironies

  • Laughing at his own ancient witticism, Captain Lem started houseward with "Netty" in his arms, the little thing nestling down in them as if it knew it had found a friend.

    Dorothy on a Ranch

  • "Netty," said Van Diemen, "has had the best instruction money could procure; and if she says you were satirical, you may depend on it you were."

    The House on the Beach

  • As "Netty" strikes each week, introduce a new book to a young reader in your life not only with Netty's favorite character of the week but through the book list provided weekly.

    Sierra Sun - Top Stories

  • In the case of Carlina, who was renamed Nejdra "Netty" Nance" by her abductor, the victim actually had to discover and solve her own abduction in order to reunite with her biological family.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Netty and Brookey, any way E and I can induce you to leave Charlotte for the weekend for a fun-filled stay in the ATL?

    Save as draft

  • That now-grown child, who was born Carlina White and was raised as Nejdra "Netty" Nance, learned she had been kidnapped from a missing-children database, and genetic tests confirmed her status as a kidnapping victim.

    Guilty Plea In Kidnap of Infant

  • I wanted to give you a heads-up that Netty will be visiting next weekend.

    Save as draft

  • Within six months Netty Marciano will have you squared away too, Fernando.

    Naked Cruelty

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