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Nicole
Nicole
Nicole
is a feminine given name (see Nicole
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Nicholas (other)
Nicholas
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Nicki
Nicki is a given name, and may refer to: Film and television[edit]Nicki Aycox (born 1975), American actress best known for her roles as Syl on the series Dark Angel and Stella Vessey on the dramedy Ed Nicki Chapman (born 1967), English television presenter who also works in the British pop music industry Nicki Clyne (born 1983), Canadian actress Nicki Hunter, stage name of an American pornographic actress and director Nicki Paull, Australian actress Nicki Shields, English television presenter who also works as the Formula E pit lane reporterOther[edit]Nicki (singer), stage name of German pop singer Doris Andrea Hrda (born 1966) Nicki French (born 1964), English singer and dancer Nicki McNelly (born 1962), British Anglican priest Nicki Minaj (born 1982), Trinidadian rapper, singer and songwriter Nicki Sørensen (born 1975), Danish male professional road bicycle racerSee also[edit]Nicky Nickie Nicci (other) Nikki (other)This pag
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Nikki (other)
Nikki may refer to:Contents1 Culture1.1 Music1.1.1 Albums1.2 Performers 1.3 Other uses in culture2 Other uses 3 See alsoCulture[edit] Music[edit]"Nikki", an orchestral composition by Burt Bacharach dedicated to his daughter "Nikki, a song by rapper Logic (musician)Albums[edit]Nikki, an album by Japanese rock band Quruli "Nikki, the album by Canadian singer Nikki Yanofsky, 2010Performers[edit]Nikki (singer), a Japanese-American singer Nikki, alias Nikki Kerkhof, a Dutch singer and the winner of the fourth series of Idols Nikki (Malaysian singer) (born 1985), a finalist in the first season of Malaysian Idol Nikki, an alias of singer Nigar Jamal Nikki Stringfield, a guitarist for The Iron Maidens and Before The Mourning Nikki Yanofsky (born 1994), a Canadian singerOther uses in culture[edit]Nikki (TV series), an American television series starring Nikki Cox, aired from 2000 until 2002 on The
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Nicky
Nicky is a diminutive form of the name Nicholas and Nicole, occasionally used as a given name in its own right. It can also be used as a diminutive of Dominic
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Nikola (other)
Nikola
Nikola
(Cyrillic: Никола) is a given name Nikola
Nikola
may also refer to:Contents1 Nikola 2 Saint Nikola 3 Other uses 4 See alsoNikola[edit] Nikola
Nikola
Motor Company, a U.S. truck manufacturing company Nikola
Nikola
& Fattiglapparna ("Nikola") a 2010 album by Nikola Sarcević Doctor Nikola, a novel series about an occult anti-hero Nikola
Nikola
(TV series) a German TV seriesSaint Nikola[edit]Church of St
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Nicole (video Game)
Riva Celso (born c. 1974) is an Italian independent video game designer of several critically acclaimed games, including The Goalkeeper, Universal Boxing Manager, Magic Stones, the Heileen series, Bionic Heart, and the award-winning Loren The Amazon Princess.Contents1 Life and game design career 2 Awards 3 Games 4 References4.1 Interviews5 External linksLife and game design career[edit] At the age of twenty, Celso began his career, designing small-scale games for the Italian market
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Nicola (other)
Nicola
Nicola
may refer to:Contents1 People 2 Places 3 Arts, entertainment, and media 4 Other uses 5 See alsoPeople[edit] Nicola
Nicola
(name), including a list of people with the given name or, less commonly, the surname
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Nicole (2019 Film)
Noelle (originally called Nicole) is an upcoming American fantasy adventure comedy film directed and written by Marc Lawrence. The film stars Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader, Billy Eichner, Shirley MacLaine, and Julie Hagerty. The film will be produced by Walt Disney Pictures and released by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.Contents1 Cast 2 Production 3 Release 4 References 5 External linksCast[edit]Anna Kendrick as Noelle Claus, Santa's daughter[1] Bill Hader as Santa's son[2] Billy Eichner[3] Shirley MacLaine as Elf Polly, Noelle's childhood nanny.[4] Julie Hagerty as Mrs
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Brulé (band)
Brulé & AIRO is a contemporary Native American New Age/Worldbeat music group based in South Dakota. They have sold over one million CDs worldwide, won a number of awards, and have made media appearances with the Live with Regis and Kathie Lee television show, CNN WorldBeat, QVC, and others. They maintain a schedule of well over 100 performances a year including full stage productions with traditional dancers, an annual holiday tour, performances at Milwaukee's Indian Summer Festival, Indian Art Markets in Denver, Arlington (Tx.), and Overland Park, Kansas, Harbor Fest in Virginia Beach, the world-renowned Ordway Theater in St. Paul, Foxwoods Casino, and many additional outdoor festivals and events
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Nicole (1978 Film)
Nicole (also known as Crazed and The Widow's Revenge) is a 1978 American thriller directed by Istvan Ventilla and starring Leslie Caron and Catherine Bach. Plot[edit] Nicole (Leslie Caron) is a wealthy, reclusive widow who lives alone with her murderous chauffeur Malcolm (Ramon Bieri). When she falls for Fletcher (Bruce Graziano), a successful car salesman, and makes friends with Sue (Catherine Bach), a young dancer, things begin to turn out for the better. However, when she begins to suspect that Fletcher is cheating on her, she snaps and slips into an "alternate reality of violence, sex and paranoia". References[edit]External links[edit]Nicole on IMDb Crazed at AllMovie Crazed – at the Troma Entertainment movie database Crazed (The Widow's Revenge) at the Turner Classic MoviesThis article about an erotic thriller film is a stub
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Nicole (American Singer)
Lillie Arlene Nicole Jade McCloud[1] (born December 7, 1958 in Rochester, New York), commonly known by her former stage name Nicole McCloud, or Nicole J. McCloud is an American dance and R&B singer. She has recorded four studio albums, What About Me (1986), Jam Packed (1988) (aka Rock the House), Love Town (1998), and So What? (2002). Her single "Don't You Want My Love" became an international hit. Other US singles include "Runnin' Away" and "Search'n". In the late 1990s, she was also part of a house music project Voices of Freedom. In 2013, she competed in season 3 of the American singing competition The X Factor
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Nicole Wray
Nicole Monique Wray (born May 2, 1979), also known as simply Nicole, is an American R&B and hip hop singer. Her 1998 debut single "Make It Hot" was certified gold.Contents1 Musical career 2 Discography 3 References 4 External linksMusical career Wray was born in Salinas, California and raised in Portsmouth, Virginia. After being introduced to Missy Elliott, Wray was featured on Missy's platinum certified debut Supa Dupa Fly. When Elliott started her own label, The Goldmind, the then 17-year-old Wray was the first artist signed.[2] She impressed Elliot with her singing skills.[3] In 1998, her debut album Make It Hot was released
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Hurricane Nicole (1998)
The 1998 Atlantic hurricane season was one of the most disastrous Atlantic hurricane seasons on record, featuring the highest number of storm-related fatalities in over 200 years, most of which occurred during Hurricane Mitch.[1] It officially began on June 1 and ended on November 30, dates which conventionally delimit the period during which most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic Ocean.[2] The first tropical cyclone, Tropical Storm Alex, developed on July 27, and the season's final storm, Hurricane Nicole, became extratropical on December 1. The strongest storm, Mitch was tied with Hurricane Dean for the eighth most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded. Mitch is also the second deadliest Atlantic hurricane in recorded history. The system dropped tremendous amounts of rainfall in Central America, causing over 11,000 confirmed deaths and at least $6.08 billion (1998 USD)[nb 1] in damage
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Nicole, Duchess Of Lorraine
Nicole de Lorraine[1] (3 October 1608 – 2 February 1657) was Duchess of Lorraine and Bar from 1 August 1624 to 21 November 1625, and Duchess consort in 1625–1634. She was born in Nancy, the daughter of Henry II, Duke of Lorraine and Bar, and Margerita Gonzaga. She died in Paris.Contents1 Background 2 Duchess of Lorraine 3 Duchess consort 4 Ancestry 5 ReferencesBackground[edit] Her father had no son and wanted to leave the Duchy of Lorraine to Nicole, but a supposed testament by René II of Lorraine specified that the duchy could not bypass the male lineage. After negotiations with the male heirs, she married Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine, the eldest son of Francis, Count of Vaudémont on 23 May 1621. They had no children. Duchess of Lorraine[edit] His situation was complicated by the death of Henry II, 31 July 1624. She thereby became duchess of Lorraine. In November 1625, Francis, Count of Vaudémont, based on the "testament" of Rene II, claimed the duchy
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