In the 1950s, Bill also worked for Chez Ninon, a couture salon owned by the socially well-connected nona Park and Sophie Shonnard.
Awaiting his answer, nona continued to look at her companion.
She appeared to be able to do them for every one but him—that is for every one but nona.
It was such an odd trout that nona hauled in at the end of his fishing-line.
nona cried out: "Grant, tell me quickly, what are they; what is pulling them?"
However, nona undertook to make the man understand that they would not need his services again that afternoon.
nona was gripping his hand with a pressure that penetrated the fabric.
Therefore it was almost night when nona left the little hut, old Nika carrying her bag and plodding behind her.
He pulled nona up after him, thrust her to one side, behind the protection of the wall.
Mrs. nona Dane, and she has the glove counter at ——, Fourteenth Street.