The person he shot was Nicholas Brady, a 17-year-old who also used the last name Schaeffel.
I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years [with Nicholas Hoult].
Elizabeth Chatwin and Nicholas Shakespeare have given us Chatwin as no one has before, at his unadulterated finest.
Sir Nicholas Stern is author of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change.
NOC: Non-Official Coverby Nicholas Anderson and Maxine Paetro An MI6 agent guides us through the frontlines we never see.
Nicholas had seen one like it before, five-and-twenty years ago.
“Sorry to hear that our friend Nicholas is ill,” said the judge.
It was these words, perhaps, that spurred Nicholas to his task.
“My son and I have come to visit my brother, Nicholas Kearney,” said my father.
The empress had three sons—Alexander, Constantine and Nicholas.
masc. proper name, from French Nicolas, from Latin Nicholaus, Nicolaus, from Greek Nikholaos, literally "victory-people," from nike "victory" (see Nike) + laos "people" (see lay (adj.)). The saint (obit. 326 C.E.) was a bishop of Myra in Lycia, patron of scholars, especially schoolboys. A popular given name in England in Middle Ages, as was the fem. form Nicolaa, corresponding to French Nicole. Colloquial Old Nick "the devil" is attested from 1640s, evidently from the proper name, but for no certain reason.