Nettie

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The Color Purple (film) - Plot
... Celie's sister Nettie (Akosua Busia) comes to live with them, and there is a brief period of happiness as the sisters spend time together and Nettie begins to teach Celie how to read ... This is short-lived after Nettie refuses Albert's predatory affections once too often, he kicks her out ... Before being run off by Albert, Nettie promises to write to Celie ...
Nettie Rosenstein - Later Life
... Nettie Rosenstein discontinued the fashion side of her business in 1961 ... He retired in 1975, at which time the Nettie Rosenstein brand closed too ... On March 13, 1980, after a long illness, Nettie Rosenstein died at the age of 90 ...
Nancy Fowler Mc Cormick - Life
... Nettie became his financial counselor and oversaw many of the business affairs ... Despite Cyrus’s thoughts of retirement, Nettie insisted on rebuilding even larger than before ... Nettie continued to fund buildings, endowing professorships, and scholarships at the seminary even after his death ...
USS Nettie (SP-1436)
... USS Nettie (SP-1436), was a motorboat that served in the United States Navy as a patrol vessel from 1917 to 1918 Phillips was built for civilian use in 1912 ... of Maryland on 17 August 1917 and placed her in commission soon thereafter as USS Nettie (SP-1436) ... headquartered at Norfolk, Virginia, during World War I, Nettie patrolled the Patuxent River in Maryland and the adjoining Chesapeake Bay area ...
The Subject Was Roses (film) - Plot
... Once closer to his mother Nettie, the young veteran finds himself bonding with his salesman father John, but he tries to remain neutral when intervening in their disputes ... Nettie is thrilled by his apparent thoughtfulness, and the three spend the evening nightclubbing in Manhattan ... film) attempts to make love to his wife later that night, Nettie rejects his advances, suggesting he go to "one of his whores", and breaks the vase of flowers, prompting her husband to reveal ...