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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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One of the variant spellings of Nichols, from Nichol, a Middle English vernacular form of the given name Nicholas + the suffix -s.


  • "There's very little interest in creating medicines that can cure people who are poor in a poor country," Nickolls said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Efforts to enforce patent rights for HIV medicines have also kept available but expensive treatments away from those too impoverished to pay, Nickolls said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Nickolls, of the Royal Marines, and continued to harass the

    The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815

  • "They don't have to figure out all these buttons," Nickolls said.

    Toronto Sun

  • Nickolls said because it senses motion from both the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk simultaneously, the stick controller accurately translates gamers 'own wrist shots, slapshots, poke checks and so-on into on-screen actions.

    Toronto Sun

  • "We make games for the consoles when we believe it's right and we're going to make the best game," Nickolls said. - RSS

  • VIÑA PUNTO ALTO PINOT NOIR VALLE DE CASABLANCA LAROCHE 2009 RRP £13.29, Nickolls and Perks, Bibendum, is deeper in colour than Burgundy pinot.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Tim Nickolls, Network Development Manager for the West Berkshire and Wiltshire area said:


  • NHL Slapshot producer Joe Nickolls introduces features of EA's Wii-exclusive hockey game, including the new "


  • Wayne's pretty much as big as it gets, "said lead producer Joe Nickolls.

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