nitchie

nitchie

(ˈnɪtʃɪ)
n
an offensive term for a North American Indian
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(41) John Nitchie, the society's agent and accountant, wrote to stereotype founder Jedidiah Howe in Philadelphia concerning the pocket Bible.
Nitchie, "Computer assisted optical surfacing," Applied Optics, vol.
Stallknecht, Elizabeth Nitchie concurs on the point that the shooting of the albatross is the replacement of "feeling" by "reason" resulting in spiritual dreariness and dryness.5 To bring back the lost soul to its original source of fertility, a loving disposition is to be regenerated to encompass the whole of creation into wholeness.
Kvibuia Gray and Margaret Algar were winners of the women's doubles, defeating Geraldine Dodds and Diane Nitchie.
Full scripts for only a handful of these early adaptations are extant, yet they are enough to reveal the origins of not just the creature's extreme musicality but also a number of other tropes common to the early Frankenstein films; the creature's difficulties with language, for example, is certainly a product of the stage adaptations, as are Frankenstein's in one way or another "twisted" laboratory assistant, the idea that Frankenstein is a full-fledged scientist instead of merely an ambitious student, and the dramatic animation scene that culminates with Frankenstein saying something along the lines of "It's alive!" (Nitchie 392; Forry, "The Hideous Progenies of Richard Brinsley Peake," 26-27; Lavalley 245-46).
The Mossgiel, Green Gully, Lake Nitchie and Cossack individuals from southern Australia all date to <6500 BP (Pardoe 1993), and each has been examined by various workers attempting to understand variation in Australian populations during the Pleistocene/Holocene (Macintosh 1963; 1976a, 1976b; Thorne 1977; Freedman and Lofgren 1979; Pardoe 1993).
Elizabeth Nitchie, for example, calls Castruccio "Mary's first Byron" (Elizabeth Nitchie, Mary Shelley: Author of Frankenstein [New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1953] 110), while Ernest Lovell, in "Byron and the Byronic Hero," also discusses this connection.
(27) For other Horatian allusions to Thackeray, see Nitchie 1918.
These include: JAAMAA (Finland), ZAAZAA (Tunisia), BEEBEE (Australia), CEEPEE (Canada), GEEGEE, NEEJEE (= nitchie, a derogatory term for a N.
Critic George Nitchie typifies a large number of commentators when he called A Further Range "Frost's first bad book." He adds that his assessment is
2 See also George Nitchie, Human Values in the Poetry of Robert Frost (Durham: Duke UP, 1960) 117; and John Napier, "A Momentary Stay Against Confusion," Virginia Quarterly Review 33 (1957): 385.
or can you in any way sympathize with them [?]" (Nitchie 100).(7) But even in The Fields of Fancy the implication is that a tale like Mathilda's can only be told in some visionary realm; on earth, Mathilda chooses to repress the words that might help her to exorcize her mental demons.