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nickle

/ni'kl/ ["nickel", common name for the US 5-cent coin] A nibble + 1; 5 bits. Reported among developers for Mattel's GI 1600 (the Intellivision games processor), a chip with 16 bit-wide RAM but 10 bit-wide ROM. See also deckle.
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Nickle, who began his career at Hunslet and also played for Sheffield Eagles, was part of the world record transfer deal which took Paul Newlove from Bradford to St Helens in 1995.
Nickle lines up for tabletoppers St Helens tomorrow against an Eagles side who stunned Wembley-bound Leeds Rhinos with 22-16 Super League victory last Sunday.
St Helens prop Nickle, 32, may not be clear to play until mid-March after his sixmonth suspension was changed on appeal to a ninematch ban while Halifax second rower Davidson, also 32, was banned for five games for foul play.
Nickle was originally banned until March 11 for the tackle that broke the jaw of Leeds hooker Robbie Mears but, after challenging the severity, yesterday had the punishment changed to a nine-match ban.
But Nickle is close to having the last laugh as the Bulls home in on their first championship trophy for 16 years tomorrow night.
Nickle is very lucky to have as supportive a coach as Ian Millward who refused to condemn him even after seeing the incident on video.
Nickle was found guilty by the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee of using his forearm deliberately on Mear's head in a late tackle during last Friday's home defeat.
Meanwhile, Bradford ex-Saints forward Sonny Nickle is receiving high- tech treatment to get him fit for May 3.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Nickle titanium endodontic rotary files
St Helens' coach Ian Millward has confirmed that banned second row forward Sonny Nickle has been offered a new contract at Knowsley Road.
ST HELENS' bid for a hattrick of Grand Final triumphs was dealt a significant blow last night when forward Sonny Nickle was handed a six-month ban for the challenge that broke the jaw of Leeds hooker Robbie Mears.
BRADFORD back-rower Sonny Nickle has been cleared to play against his former club St Helens at Wembley on Saturday week.