Nicol


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Ni·col

(nik'ŏl),
William, Scottish physicist, 1768-1851. See: Nicol prism.
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Mr Nicol said: "With so much commemoration around the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, I thought it would be a fitting tribute to remember my father's acts by making this visit.
The disappearance of Mr Nicol, who was 74 at the time, still remains a mystery.
Nicol said neither he nor Guptill had designated roles, as such, and they just work on the policy of giving each other the strike when it's needed and playing the bowling on its merits.
In the fifth over of the innings, Waters had Dent well caught at second slip by Stewart Walters and, on the stroke of tea, Nicol drove straight to Marcus North at short extra cover.
Nicol She claimed the will was genuine and that her close relationship with her son had been kept from Sharon.
Who we are: Nicol Scales & Measurement has proudly served Texas and the Southwest since 1931.
They're quite a generous family so they don't seem to crack the whip too much," says Nicol, 58.
So far, eight persons have been arrested in the case and Nicol is the first GJM central committee member to be held for the murder.
Nicol, who has been home-schooled since kindergarten, also takes video classes, of which he said laughingly, "It's pretty much being in the classroom, except you're not there.
Mark did the traditional thing and got down on one knee to propose to Nicol on New Year 2001.
Steve Wright, 49, of Ipswich, Suffolk, denies murdering Gemma Adams, 25, Tania Nicol, 19, Anneli Alderton, 24, Paula Clennell, 24, and Annette Nicholls, 29.
During his trial, the court heard that Nicol, who was made redundant in in August 2005, acted as he did in response to what he perceived as ongoing problems at Network Rail, including conditions of work, the way staff were treated and the way mistakes were dealt with.