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netter

(1)
Loosely, anyone with a network address.

netter

(2)
More specifically, a Usenet regular. Most often found in the plural. "If you post *that* in a technical group, you're going to be flamed by angry netters for the rest of time!"
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Frank Netter, surgeon and master of medical illustration, dies at 85.
Haaf Netters stand up to their waists in tidal washes and spread their nets across the flow to catch whatever is being swept along.
To achieve this, Netter suggests that she diversify her 401(k) holdings.
This is a new, inspiring age in cancer treatment," said Barbara Netter at an ACGT event at the Harvard Club in Manhattan this past October.
Educational tools that offer interactive ways to learn- whether using high tech formats like the flash card apps or low tech formats like the coloring book- are bringing the unmatched artwork of Frank Netter to a new generation of health and medical students who thrive on engaging and interactive multimedia," said John Hansen, Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy at University of Rochester Medical Center and author of several Netter products.
com is the most heavily trafficked real estate website in the world, with an average of 120 site visits per listing per month," Netter said.
Netter, a world-renowned medical illustrator whose drawings and atlases have educated medical students for decades.
Illustrated by 4,000 plus Netter and Netter-style color drawings, the handouts are organized alphabetically into 20 specialties such as cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, infectious disease, neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, and general surgery.
Executive producer Doug Netter also returns in that role.