He dropped out of school and worked as a butcher in the town of Nutley; her mother worked as a substitute teacher.
Whether she would have Nutley or not—well, that was uncertain.
You're a change from what sometimes does seem a little dull—life at Nutley.
Mark Wellgood of Nutley had a bugbear, an evil thing to which he gave the name of sentimentality.
Nutley meant both a comfort and a status beyond her reasonable hopes.
Vivien's been in the town and is going to call for me here, and I'm going to walk with her as far as Nutley gates—at least.
The station lay on the other side of Meriton, two miles and a half from Nutley.
"Oh, poor Nutley would soon recover from the blow," she said.
I shall get her things from Nutley directly after breakfast and bring them here.
The news of tea and tennis at Nutley, of dinner at Halton, induced a new note.