American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Nicholson, Ben 1894-1982. British painter known for his Cubist still lifes and abstract geometric landscapes.
- n. A surname.
- From Nicholas + -son. (Wiktionary)
“This is the second in Nicholson's Noble Warriors trilogy, following the excellent Seeker.”
“When not writing, Nicholson is an organic gardener, guitar picker, paranormalist, comic book and sports card dealer, father, and lover, in addition to portraying his cartoon self The Digger.”
“Aides Reggie Love and Marvin Nicholson slipped him various requests from the crew.”
“Nicholson is a marvel to watch as his character evolves from a slightly odd but functioning adult to raving psychopath.”
“As national sales manager for First Cal Mortgage, Scott Nicholson is a rainmaker who wants to help his sales people make their own prospects bloom into customers.”
“While Hall scored with his ability to slash through defenses and Matthews provided outside shooting, St. Bonaventure had trouble scoring inside when the ball wasn't in Nicholson's hands.”
“Nicholson is over the quota (which was 121,144), so he is elected.”
“Jack Nicholson is running away with it right now, but there's still time to rally behind Thomas Pynchon, Vladimir Putin, REO Speedwagen or the cast of the "Fat Albert" movie.”
“Servicemembers United director, Alex Nicholson, is a former Army intelligence specialist and Arabic linguist who was discharged under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in 2002.”
“As the man who wrote the play Shadowlands and the screenplay to the film Gladiator, William Nicholson is the kind of writer whom most schools would beg to address their students.”
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