Definition of Netts

1. nett [v] - See also: nett



Lexicographical Neighbors of Netts

nettle rash
nettle tree
nettlebird
nettled
nettleleaf goosefoot
nettlelike
nettler
nettlers
nettles
nettlier
nettliest
nettling
nettling hairs
nettly
netts (current term)
netty
network
network-subsystem
network architecture
network army
network card
network effect
network effects
network externalities
network externality
network interface card
network interface cards
network neutrality
network programming

Literary usage of Netts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1903)
"00:02:04 It 2 pr of crosse yar netts . ... . . 00:01:10 It 4 stock locks 00:06:06 It 8 ... netts ..."

2. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1858)
"A bote, 6 netts, 9 matts, 2 new ropes, with all the timber belonging to the ... and 3 wyde netts, 3?. * Whitgift Ferry has been the scene of many accidents. ..."

3. The Ancient Ordinances and Statute Laws of the Isle of Man: Carefully Copied by Isle of Man, Mark Anthony Mills (1821)
"And no Man is to shoot his netts till the Admiral or Vice-Admiral hare first taken in their Flags, or to give a Watchword if tlte Night be dark, ..."

4. The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham: Comprising a by William Fordyce (1857)
"And the fishers with haling netts on the other p' — It is ordered, by consent and agreement of both the said pl7» for appeasing of all variance in time to ..."

5. Illustrated Boston, the Metropolis of New England. 1889 by American publishing and engraving co. (1889)
"... to take fowle with netts." The following is a copy of the orders passed in favor of Mr. Maverick, who acquired all John Per- kin's privileges ..."

6. An Historical and Statistical Account of the Isle of Man, from the Earliest by Joseph Train (1845)
"And no Man is to shoot his netts till the Admiral or Vice-Admiral have first taken in their Flags, or to give a Watchword if the Night be dark, ..."

7. The Parochial History and Antiquities of Stockton-upon-Tees: Including an by John Brewster (1829)
"... assembled with drawing netts to have no part thereof with the haling netts ; and likewise if it fortune the said fish to lyght in the drawing netts, ..."

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