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knick

[nik]
(geology)
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Though he hasn't made up his mind, it may be best for Kanter to remain a Knick at least until after next season when teams with cap space expected to increase, ESPN insider Bobby Marks explained.
The actor scored that role because "AHS" creator Ryan Murphy is a fan of "The Knick.
Although now, it seems he's taking time off from the Knick as he's checked into a rehab clinic.
But The Knick isn't just a show about a bad man who often does good.
Directed by Steven Soderbergh, of Ocean's Eleven fame, the 10-part series depicts a period of major upheavel at The Knick, which faces financial ruin in a city swarming with corruption and disease.
Welcome to the Knickerbocker Hospital, aka the Knick, a bloody citadel of healing in circa-1900 Manhattan where great strides are made (soon, an X-ray machine
Keith Simanton from IMDB, which has 190 million monthly users, said Eve Hewson has seen her star rise overnight thanks to her leading role in the hotly anticipated series The Knick which features Clive Owen.
It's a once-in-a-lifetime thing," says Knick coach Mike D'Antoni.
Kim Kardashian, Carmelo Anthony and the Garden StateThe latest stop on New York Knick Carmelo Anthony's East Coast real estate search isn't in Soho or designed by the Novogratz clan, but in -- gasp
The $100 million New York Knick has now been spotted twice at the Extell tower more specifically, at the A1dyn's 40,000 s/f amenities suite.
The Grimes twins sang along to the tune of nursery rhyme Knick Knack Paddy Whack, making up their own lyrics for the talent show judge.
A slit in the sternum, a knick in the skull-- the worn, warm skeleton, unearthed & stained with millenia's diverse mineral sediment.