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  • Here, according to Nicholas's description of the beds and the manner of raiding, it was possible for us to catch the pirates in the act of stealing oysters, and at the same time to get them in our power.

    A Raid on the Oyster Pirates

  • I told Holden that Nicholas's name had come up earlier this week when my former editor mentioned seeing a montage of great NCAA tournament buzzer beaters, including Nicholas's coast-to-coast three-pointer that beat North Carolina-Wilmington in the first round in 2003.

    A trip down memory lane in College Park

  • The robots, with their triangular, tilting "heads" and lights, took on a faintly anthropomorphic character in the prologue and epilogue; during the story part, they were staged as Nicholas's toys, moving around at his command.

    Full-Bodied Arias in a Postorganic World

  • Mr. Massie now turns his attention to one of Nicholas's most storied predecessors in "Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman."

    The Rise Of an Empress

  • Using Nicholas's idiosyncratic voice and fondness for lists, Shipp effectively conveys the claustrophobic world of people caught up in events beyond their control.

    How About Some Raw Dog for the Holidays?

  • Apart from Nicholas's rhetorical bombast, "At Last" is very much a scaled-back production.

    The Sins of His Father

  • They had been imprisoned, in different locations, after the February revolution of 1917 and Nicholas's subsequent abdication.

    Great dynasties of the world: The Romanovs

  • Nicholas's ID photo from the Saigon embassy shows a young man with a Superman forelock, fixing the camera with a challenging stare.

    The Old Soldier Who Didn't Fade Away

  • Nicholas's rifle is always slung around his neck, whether he's at a desk, eating dinner or on patrol.

    The Old Soldier Who Didn't Fade Away

  • "We want to get Nicholas's fans invested in the film early," Mr. Tooley said, "and we want to keep them invested through the film's release."

    Hollywood Gives Book Early Push

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