Nicolai


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Nicolai

(German nikoˈlaɪ)
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(Biography) Carl Otto Ehrenfried (karl ˈɔto ˈeːrənfriːt). 1810–49, German composer: noted for his opera The Merry Wives of Windsor (1849)
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Pavlicheff, who supported you in Switzerland, I know him too--at least, if it was Nicolai Andreevitch of that name?
Yes, Nicolai Andreevitch--that was his name," and the young fellow looked earnestly and with curiosity at the all-knowing gentleman with the red nose.
I lay and lay, and was doctored and doctored,; until at last I drove the physicians from me, and called in an apothecary from Nicolai who had cured an old woman of a malady similar to my own--cured her merely with a little hayseed.
NEWCASTLE United January striker target Nicolai Jorgensen has suggested he is open to a summer move to the Premier League.
NEWCASTLE United are set to be handed a deadline of tomorrow night to come up with an acceptable offer for Feyenoord's Nicolai Jorgensen.
BY SIMON BIRD FEYENOORD have warned Newcastle will have to pay an "excessive amount" to land Nicolai Jorgensen.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 27, 2017-Dragonfly Therapeutics elects Dr Nicolai Wagtmann as its CSO
M2 PHARMA-June 27, 2017-Dragonfly Therapeutics elects Dr Nicolai Wagtmann as its CSO
Combining datum and sensoria, the neologism in the title "Datumsoria: An Exhibition of Liu Xiaodong, Carsten Nicolai, and Nam June Paik" simultaneously refers to a new sensory space and a creative apparatus opened up by the information age.
Speaking to reporters in Kabul on the anniversary of the deadly Kunduz strike, MSF president Meinie Nicolai said the organization has "recorded 77 attacks against medical facilities operated or supported by MSF in Syria and Yemen", RT reported.
GARY Rowett insists he will keep an eye on how Nicolai Brock-Madsen fares on loan in the Netherlands.