- One of the variant spellings of Nichol, a Middle English vernacular form of the given name Nicholas. (Wiktionary)
“Jonas then tried to teach Nicola Swedish words from a cider can, laughing at her when she read English words from the can with a European accent.”
“Steve Nicol is a Scottish former Liverpool team of the 1980s, and is currently coach of New England Revolution in MLS.”
“Yesterday the chamber called Nicol's statements "a mild reflection" of the real situation.”
“I guess Yadin Nicol wanted me to win because he didn't catch any waves," said Slater, referring to Nicol's meager point total of 2.57 from catching just one wave in the final.”
“But the magistrates of Edinburgh, not knowing the treasure they possessed in Dr. Adam, encouraged a savage fellow, called Nicol, one of the undermasters, in insulting his person and authority.”
“Gordon's _History of the House of Sutherland_; M'Nicol's _Remarks on”
“This route is based on the military campaigns led by Morelos and collaborators such as Nicolás”
“Light is polarized in several ways -- by reflection, by transmission, but most commonly through what I have here, a prism of calcite, or Iceland spar, commonly called a Nicol prism.”
“It's a rite of passage, says Sandy Campbell, who cofounded Working Rite with Allan Nicol.”
“Ashley Hutchings and Simon Nicol were founding members of Fairport Convention, back in the 60s, and are joined here by melodeon-player Simon Care and Kellie While, whose cool, reflective vocals dominate much of the set.”
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