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  1. Nicholson was not a captain from the British Army (Page-86) but from the private Bengal Army of the English East India Company.
  2. Nicholson was Captain of HMS Hogue when that cruiser, along with Cressy and Aboukir, were sunk by submarine U9 on 22nd September, 1914.
  3. Nicholson was replaced by Mike Japp, a rock guitarist from the Welsh band 'Thank You'. (Web site)
  4. Nicholson was speaking in Marjah after entering the township with US and Afghan troops.
  5. Ben Nicholson was born near Uxbridge, England, on the outskirts of London, on April 10, 1894. (Web site)

Roger Corman

  1. Nicholson and Arkoff served as executive producers while Roger Corman and Alex Gordon were the principal film producers and, sometimes, directors. (Web site)

Jack Nicholson

  1. Synopsis: Roger Corman directed this psychedelic odyssey concerning the curative properties of LSD, with a surrealistic screenplay written by Jack Nicholson. (Web site)


  1. Studies in popular beliefs in sixteenth and seventeenth century England, London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson (1971). (Web site)
  2. It's 3.30am in London when Jack Nicholson introduces Bob Dylan, who performs a short and shambolic set with Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood. (Web site)


  1. Nathan Jessup (Nicholson), the man who ordered the two men to give Private Santiago the Code Red, which accidentally led to his death. (Web site)
  2. That makes him the perfect mole, the man on the inside of the mob run by boss Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson). (Web site)


  1. But Mr. Nicholson dismissed concerns that his ties to Mr. Mulroney might affect his performance as minister in the case. (Web site)
  2. In one scene, Jack Nicholson 's character is shown at a performance of "Lucia Di Lammermoor", and the music on the soundtrack is from the sextet. (Web site)


  1. Comparing the game to the 1986 film Aliens, Nicholson felt that the game was best experienced when played in the dark with the volume turned up. (Web site)


  1. The most popular "national" flag of the period was the 1831 Federation Flag, also designed by Nicholson.
  2. The flag was designed in 1831 by Captain John Nicholson who was a veteran of the Napoleonic wars. (Web site)


  1. The Grace Nicholson Building, in which the Pacific Asia Museum is now housed, was originally home to Miss Nicholson and her collection.
  2. Owing to the volume of correspondence from him contained in the collection (folder two), Sir William Nicholson (1872-1949) deserves a special mention.


  1. BLOOD AND WINE is the sixth movie director Bob Rafelson and Jack Nicholson collaborated on.


  1. In the case of The Shooting, Nicholson is a hired gun and Oates is a bounty hunter.
  2. Completed in 1967, The Shooting did not receive widespread release until after Jack Nicholson achieved stardom in the early 1970s. (Web site)

First Wife

  1. His first wife, Heather James, now Nicholson, was active with Avery in founding a number of prominent animal rights campaigns.

Three Groups

  1. H. B. Nicholson (1971) classed the gods into three groups according to their conceptual meaning in general Mesoamerican religion. (Web site)

November 2006

  1. In November 2006, Nicholson began filming his next project, Rob Reiner 's The Bucket List, a role for which he shaved his head.

Martial Artist

  1. Terence (Sub-Z) Nicholson (vocals) is an accomplished painter, musician and martial artist who co-founded the Freestyle Union in 1994.

Mega Man

  1. The third reviewer, James Leach, agreed with Nicholson and Mott that Super Metroid was what Mega Man X should have been. (Web site)


  1. The flag was based on the Colonial Flag of 1823, which Captain Nicholson helped design.


  1. Around 1760 a schoolmaster named Nicholson rented a large room in Blackley Hall from the Scholes family and kept a school for 150 pupils. (Web site)


  1. Nicholson, I. (1998). Gordon Allport, character, and the ‘culture of personality’, 1897-1937. History of Psychology, 1, 52-68.


  1. Tan, A., & Nicholson, T. (1997). Flashcards revisited: Training poor readers to read words faster improves their comprehension of text. (Web site)


  1. In that faculty, I became aware of two great Cambridge Orientalists of the past, Edward G. Browne and Reynold A. Nicholson. (Web site)


  1. The star's latest, Blood and Wine, continues this unfortunate trend -- Nicholson is good, but the movie isn't. (Web site)
  2. From every trailer I've watched, I think Heath Ledger might overtake Jack Nicholson for the best Joker and comic book villain performance in a movie.

Matt Damon

  1. Nicholson stars alongside Matt Damon and Leonardo DiCaprio in thriller The Departed, a remake of Hong Kong movie Infernal Affairs, due for release next year.
  2. Leonardo Di Caprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, and Mark Whalberg are all at the top of their game here.


  1. Nicholson, who had remained on the editorial board, and Hollom stood down in 1972 and were replaced on the board by Ian Wallace and Malcolm Ogilvie[ 1].
  2. MANSFIELD, Mass., March 6, 2007 Verano named Todd A. Nicholson as chief marketing officer to lead Verano's global marketing and product strategy.
  3. Nicholson, I. (1997). To "correlate psychology and social ethics": Gordon Allport and the first course in American personality psychology.


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