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Because of his enormous wealth and arrogant manner, he was nicknamed "King" Carter.
He was pretty old when Farmer Green bought him so he was nicknamed for the oldest man in the Bible.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
On account of the knaveries which brough him into court, Bixiou nicknamed him "Tricks at Cards."
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
From that day the boys nicknamed him Baldpate, though they took very good care that he never heard them call him that.
BILLY WHISKERS' ADVENTURESFRANCES TREGO MONTGOMERY
He was what people call fierce stuff, he was nicknamed the Tiger, and he seems to have been rather proud of his nickname.
Dinah, attainted and convicted of pedantry, because she spoke grammatically, was nicknamed the Sappho of Saint-Satur.
PARISIANS IN THE COUNTRYHONORE DE BALZAC
On one occasion I had to accept the hospitality at a farmhouse of one named Brits, nicknamed "vuil" or dirty Brits.
Hadrian loved the lad, and for his absolute truthfulness nicknamed him Verissimus, making him a knight at the age of six.
ROMANCE OF ROMAN VILLASELIZABETH W. (ELIZBETH WILLIAMS) CHAMPNEY
Our contracting freight agent on the coast at that time was a fellow so erratic that he was nicknamed Crazyhorse.
THE NERVE OF FOLEYFRANK H. SPEARMAN
From the house came Jo, whom the men had nicknamed the “human spider,” for his arms and legs were the thinnest of his species.
PENNY OF TOP HILL TRAILBELLE KANARIS MANIATES

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