from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who makes or uses nets.
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- noun One who
nets(in any sense).
- noun An
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He asked a netter about Admiral Paches and got directions.
(Zetterberg scores an empty netter for the hat trick to clinch a Wings 7-4 victory over the Coyotes.)
The Blueshirts tied the game with 3:48 remaining when Ryan Callahan found Brandon Dubinsky in front of the net—Dubinsky put a move on Bruins goalie Tim Thomas to score. 51 seconds later, Michael Sauer scored to give the Rangers their first lead—and Derek Stepan added an empty netter.
Alex Burrows (FSY) added an empty-netter for the Canucks with 44.6 seconds left.
At any rate Jordan was still clearly netter than Kobe. eric c. says:
When NBC finally switched to hockey with less than a minute to play, arriving viewers were informed that the USA had just scored an empty-netter to ice the win.
If we wait to be asked for help, we stand a netter chance of getting a better result for everyone.
The most popular theory is that a drag-netter snared it offshore and unknowingly pulled it to its final resting place.
Semyon Varlamov yielded at least one, maybe two goals, of questionable quality -- and Montreal only scored three times (excluding the empty netter).
"So many young gay and lesbian couples are having children that it is important that we have a netter school system," said Allen.