A tennis player: The Jefferson High School netter took second in the Southern Lakes Conference tournament last year (1932+)
“Her audience is fiercely loyal to her, 100 percent of the time,” says producer netter.
“I like to make movies that make people feel good,” says netter.
Pigeons are peculiar, and their habits must be studied by the netter if he would be successful.
He was called the netter, from the expertness and success with which he caught and mastered his antagonists in argument.
Some other boys and I had a lot of wild birds that we bought alive from a netter.
Another theory which had a short but popular career was the citric acid theory, which was maintained vigorously by netter.
The first birds sent to market yield the netter about one dollar a dozen.