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Nicole

[ni-kohl; French nee-kawl] /nɪˈkoʊl; French niˈkɔl/
noun
1.
a female given name: from Greek words meaning “victory” and “people.”.
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  • What if Nicole's word that playwrights were public poisoners should be true?

  • Among their great leaders may be mentioned Pascal, Nicole, and Launcelot.

    History of Education Levi Seeley
  • When in his old age his friend and fellow-student Nicole advised him to rest.

    Pascal John Tulloch
  • Aunt Nicole exclaimed, and then her face reddened and she looked downward.

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • His glance slid past Nicole and Frank and their passel of kids.

    Shaman Robert Shea

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