Nancy

The pet form of Anna and associated with a city in the northeast of France. A literary name for fictional detective "Nancy Drew" heroine of a popular mystery series created in 1930 by Edward Stratemeyer. The name is notable for First Lady and wife of 40th President Ronald Reagan and singer Nancy Sinatra best-known for her 1966 hit, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'. Influenced during the 1990s by Olympic and World Championship ice skater, Nancy Kerrigan, who received considerable attention when she was struck in the knee during an ice skating-related scandal in 1994. , Gracious

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