In due time the party reached the little hamlet where Ninette lived.
What will happen when “Ninette” leaves her companion it is difficult to say.
They also bought a drink of excellent milk for the whole party of Ninette's mother and then resumed their journey.
Some months later, in Ninette la Cour, she played the part of Ninette in a way which stupefied the spectators.
Aunt Ninette's anxiety had infected her, and she could not rest until she knew the probabilities of the case.
She was like a child in her exultant happiness, far more child-like, indeed, than the grave little Ninette whom she was nursing.
She teck dat li'le chile, an' raise it, sem lack she raisin' Ninette.
Ninette Simplon is a shrewd girl—a girl whom I have always suspected of having an account book in place of a heart.
Aunt Ninette hastened at once to her husband's study, and laid the new plan before him.
Aunt Ninette hastened into her husband's room in great alarm, not knowing what effect all this disturbance would have upon him.