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Nutley

[nuht-lee] /ˈnʌt li/
noun
1.
a city in NE New Jersey.
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  • Nutley meant both a comfort and a status beyond her reasonable hopes.

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  • Harry picked him up at his lodgings and carried him with him to Nutley.

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  • Whether she would have Nutley or not—well, that was uncertain.

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  • You're a change from what sometimes does seem a little dull—life at Nutley.

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  • "Oh, poor Nutley would soon recover from the blow," she said.

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  • The news of tea and tennis at Nutley, of dinner at Halton, induced a new note.

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  • The station lay on the other side of Meriton, two miles and a half from Nutley.

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  • I shall get her things from Nutley directly after breakfast and bring them here.

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  • And if he did, could he bring her—at all events so long as Miss Wellgood's at Nutley?

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