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Nicholson

1. Ben. 1894--1982, English painter, noted esp for his abstract geometrical works
2. Jack. born 1937, US film actor. His films include Easy Rider (1969), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1974), Terms of Endearment (1983), Batman (1989), As Good As It Gets (1998), and About Schmidt (2002)
3. John. 1821--57, British general and administrator, born in Ireland: deputy commissioner in the Punjab (1851--56), where he became the object of hero-worship among the natives and kept the Punjab loyal during the Indian Mutiny: played a major role in the capture of Delhi
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Before being accredited, Mr Nicholson, who has 30 years' experience in manufacturing and operations, also undertook a Growth Coach induction course.
During her first year with the company, Nicholson nearly doubled the product's revenue.
Nicholson was a 22-year-old Lane Community College student and Eugene pizza shop worker when he began meeting with and collecting money from Russian agents in 2006 at the behest of his imprisoned father.
League winners were the HOT SHOTS, namely Barry Nicholson, Shirley Lynes, Marie Nicholson, Jackie Hick, Dave Nicholson and Steven Nicholson.
Nicholson was tracked down by police and arrested for the September 3 offence - but days later he was causing trouble on the trains again.
Nicholson, 69, will continue working as a consultant for the station.
ULSTER Unionist Jim Nicholson enjoyed lavish dinners as well as a cruise on Sydney Harbour while an MEP, the DUP claimed yesterday.
Paul Nicholson enjoyed the trappings of criminal success with the ill-gotten gains of his illegal money lending business.
Just try curbing the enthusiasm of Leominster field hockey coach Tricia Nicholson.
Nicholson continues to add to the legend, here playing a user of men accustomed to getting away with murder and not about to change his ways in his golden years.
James Nicholson soon after his nomination was confirmed by the U.
Nicholson was among the first to apply the tools of metabolite analysis--first NMR and now 'also MS--to the assessment of metabolite changes in biofluids over time.