Nichols

[nik-uh lz]
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noun

John,born 1940, U.S. novelist.
MikeMichael Igor Peschkowsky, 1931–2014, U.S. stage and film director, born in Germany.

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  • "I don't know how to thank you for what you've done, Nichols," he said awkwardly.

    The Vagrant Duke

    George Gibbs

  • And as a faint reply was heard, "Get Mr. Nichols some supper."

    The Vagrant Duke

    George Gibbs

  • And then, "You know you're not so bad lookin' yourself, Mr. Nichols!"

    The Vagrant Duke

    George Gibbs

  • And then, "Were you ever acquainted with any princes in Europe, Mr. Nichols?"

    The Vagrant Duke

    George Gibbs

  • "Call it a fancy if you like, Mr. Nichols——" he said with a shrug.

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    George Gibbs


British Dictionary definitions for nichols

Nichols

noun

Peter (Richard). born 1927, British dramatist, whose works include A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1967), the musical Privates on Parade (1977), and Blue Murder (1995)
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