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  • NETS — or Nets may refer to: Nets Group, a Danish/Norwegian electronic payment services company. (Merger between Bankenes Betalingssentral and PBS A/S) New Jersey Nets, an American basketball team. Cricket nets NET as an acronym may refer to: Network… …   Wikipedia

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  • nets — Fishing nets could be either let down (Luke 5:4) from a boat, or cast (John 21:6), or thrown from the shore (Matt. 4:18). The dragnet (Matt. 13:47) which collected a variety of species of fish (there were twenty four species in the Sea of… …   Dictionary of the Bible

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  • Nets Magazine — is a television program on the YES Network, which provides an in depth look at the New Jersey Nets basketball team, on and off the court. Nets Magazine debuted in 2002 along with the launch of the YES Network, providing the team with coverage… …   Wikipedia

  • Nets of Destiny — is a 1924 British drama film directed by Arthur Rooke and starring Stewart Rome, Mary Odette and Gertrude McCoy.[1] It was an adaptation of the novel The Salving of a Derelict by Maurice Drake. A son tries to overturn the disgrace of his father… …   Wikipedia

  • Nets to Catch the Wind — is a collection of poetry by Elinor Wylie. They were published in 1921 and received a certain amount of acclaim. External links Nets to Catch the Wind at Project Gutenberg Categories: 1921 booksAmerican poetry collectionsPoetry collection stubs …   Wikipedia

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