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List Of 1632 Characters (fictional) - James Nichols
... James Nichols is an African-American doctor and was a visitor to Grantville during the wedding of Tom Simpson and Rita Stearns ... A combat veteran of the Vietnam War via the marines, Nichols was from the rough side of town in Chicago's Black ghetto ...
List Of Drake & Josh Characters - Minor Characters - Papa Nichols
... Papa Nichols (Vernon Roberts) is Josh's great-grandfather and Walter's grandfather ... When Eric's cell phone rings, Papa Nichols, thinking it is a weapon, throws it against the wall and breaks it ...
Sam O'Steen - Filmography (Editor)
... Jack Donohue 1966 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Mike Nichols (nominated) Academy Award for Film Editing 1967 Hotel Richard Quine Cool Hand Luke Stuart Rosenberg The Graduate ... Pakula 1970 Catch-22 Mike Nichols 1971 Carnal Knowledge Mike Nichols 1972 Portnoy's Complaint Ernest Lehman 1973 The Day of the Dolphin Mike Nichols 1974 Chinatown ... Pakula 1994 Wolf Mike Nichols 1997 Night Falls on Manhattan Sidney Lumet 1999 The White River Kid Arne Glimcher ...
List Of 1632 Characters (fictional) - Sharon Nichols
... Sharon Nichols is the daughter of James Nichols, and was a bridesmaid of Rita Simpson, accounting for her and her father's presence in Grantville on the occasion of the Ring ...
Larry Nichols
... Larry Nichols (born July 6, 1942) is the Chairman of Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy Corporation ... Nichols co-founded Devon with his father, John Nichols, in 1971 and assumed the company's chairmanship in 2000 ... Additionally, Nichols is a Director of Baker Hughes, Inc ...

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    Mary: Oh, Dan, when is this trouble going to end? This killing and more killing.
    Dan: It’s hard on you women, I know. You’re braver than we are.
    —Dudley Nichols (1895–1960)

    Women generally should be taught that the rough life men must needs lead, in order to be healthy, useful and manly men, would preclude the possibility of a great degree of physical perfection, especially in color. It is not a bad reflection to know that in all probability the human animal has endowments enough without aspiring to be the beauty of all creation as well as the ruler.
    —Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833–?)

    Society in general do not like originality, especially in woman, as it looks like defying man’s authority for a woman to prefer her own methods to accepting those laid down for the majority.
    —Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833–?)