nancy

[ nan-see; French nahn-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF nancy
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This system is carried out at the Maxéville brewery, near Nancy.

From Nancy by way of pinal we may easily reach the heart of the Vosges.

Well, Sir, and now what remains, if you really love Nancy so well as you say you do?

Nancy's had more to bear from the way she took her troubles than from the troubles themselves.

Nancy had straightened herself, without the support of her pillows.

And yet Nancy was not clinging to life itself; she only seemed to be, because she clung to love.

And Miss Nancy with the treble ruffles in her hand now appeared.

They silently crossed the hall to the door of Nancy's chamber.

I never knew you to be really afraid of anything in the world, Nancy.

But, Tom, Nancy is with him and as absorbed in the thing as he is.

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