St. Nick

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Noun1.St. Nick - the legendary patron saint of childrenSt. Nick - the legendary patron saint of children; an imaginary being who is thought to bring presents to children at Christmas
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Take a spin class on the St. Nick patio at 1, 2 or 3 p.m.
Great Aycliffe Town Council initially agreed to let one of the women take on the role of Jolly 'ol St. Nick for the year.
Consumers so admired the fun-loving images of a happy-go-lucky and often mischievous St. Nick that they even wrote fan letters to the Coca-Cola Company.
OKLAHOMA CITY Sunbeam Family Services and Catholic Charities Oklahoma City are asking the community to help stock St. Nick's Shoppe for A Very Giving Christmas.
When I first read the article "When St. Nick Was a Corporal," on page 36 in this issue, it occurred to me that Wiltz, Luxembourg, may have had more than a bit in common with the little neighborhood of my childhood--except, of course, that Wiltz was in the midst of a world war at the time in which the article is set.
William said to Old St. Nick at a Christmas market in Helsinki, "I've seen you, and I had to give you this letter."
In one of his posts, he revealed that he played "Ole St. Nick" for the children bey giving them "gifts and cheer" this holiday season.
Queensbury, NY, December 02, 2015 --( In 1823, the Troy Sentinel published "A Night Before Christmas" by New Yorker Clement Clark Moore, giving America its first glimpse at today's modern imagination of Jolly Ole St. Nick. One-hundred and fifty years later, another New York author, James H.
Finally St. Nick himself squares off with Captain McNasty, candy cane against hook: "Well, blow me down, they beat us!/ Aye, they did, no doubt!/ As They quickly sailed away,/ Santa turned to shout: "I hope you learned your lesson/ and won't be stealing toys/ that I leave around the world/ for all the girls and boys!" Of course, Captain McNasty has to steal a little surprise in the ending, but all jolly times are guaranteed for children awaiting Christmas in reading "The Great Pirate Christmas Battle."
TRUE VIETRI COLLECTIBLES Old St. Nick is loved by all.
Limited-edition handpainted Old St. Nick serving bowl from Vietri, $140; Mockingbird Marketplace, 2119 MS Hwy.
It just so happens that St. Nick and the family he visits are....