Nicolle

[nee-kawl]
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Contemporary Examples of nicolle

  • Others have joined the literati, including one budding novelist, Nicolle Wallace.

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    Bush Diaspora

    The Daily Beast

    November 10, 2010

  • Mark McKinnon and Nicolle Wallace write columns for The Daily Beast.

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    The Bush Rehab Begins

    Bryan Curtis

    November 2, 2010

  • Daily Beast contributors Mark McKinnon, Nicolle Wallace, Matthew Ygelsias, and John Avlon react.

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    Tea Party Triumph

    The Daily Beast

    September 14, 2010

  • But Nicolle Wallace argues that a more modest November would actually be good for Republicans.

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    Tea Party Triumph

    The Daily Beast

    September 14, 2010

  • Former Bush strategist Nicolle Wallace on what he can learn from his vice president.

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    Be More Like Biden, Obama

    Nicolle Wallace

    July 29, 2010

Historical Examples of nicolle


nicolle in Medicine

Nicolle

[nē-kôl]Charles Jean Henri 1866-1936
  1. French bacteriologist. He won a 1928 Nobel Prize for discovering the carrier of typhus.
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