Nichols


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Nich·ols

 (nĭk′əlz), Mike Originally Michael Igor Peschkowsky. 1931-2014.
German-born American stage and film director whose credits include the films Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) and The Graduate (1967), for which he won an Academy Award.

Nichols

(ˈnɪkəlz)
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1. (Biography) Peter (Richard). born 1927, British dramatist, whose works include A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1967), the musical Privates on Parade (1977), and Blue Murder (1995)
2. (Biography) Vincent (Gerard). born 1945, English clergyman: Archbishop of Westminster from 2009
References in classic literature ?
HAD not been in Tahiti long before I met Captain Nichols.
I came to know Captain Nichols very well before I left Tahiti, and I am the richer for his acquaintance.
I do not know why Captain Nichols first left England.
I could not imagine why Captain Nichols had married her, and having married her why he had not deserted her.
My name's Matthew Nichols," he announced, "and this is my brother-in-law, Joe Lethbridge.
Matthew Nichols removed his pipe from his mouth and spat upon the ground thoughtfully.
Fourth house on the left in yonder street," Matthew Nichols replied, pointing with his pipe.
Will Lord Dawlish as soon as possible call upon Mr Gerald Nichols at his office?
The probability was that all Jerry Nichols wanted to tell him was that he had received stable information about some horse or had been given a box for the Empire, but for all that it was stimulating.
He set out at once for the offices of the eminent law firm of Nichols, Nichols, Nichols, and Nichols, of which aggregation of Nicholses his friend Jerry was the last and smallest.
Weedon, telegraph at once to San Francisco for Doctor Nichols.
Nichols, Epicurus, Stereotomy, the street stones, the fruiterer.