st nicholas[ nik-uh-luh s, nik-luh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF st nicholas
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The church of St Nicholas is Perpendicular, greatly restored.
With six men, and good hope of booty, if it please St Nicholas.
She prayed again to St Nicholas to keep her from that state.
At St Nicholas, Newcastle, where the west tower is engaged within the aisles, there is a porch in the western bay of each aisle.
He was buried near the village of Dauphigny on the road to St Nicholas.
He also wrote a “miracle” of St Nicholas, one of the most widely popular of medieval saints.
This island has two towns of some size, and produces the same sort of wine with St Nicholas.
This church was rebuilt in about 1336, and was appropriately rededicated to St Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors.
Its church of St Nicholas (16th century) has a tower 200 ft. high, with a fine chime of bells.
The castle chapel was also dedicated to St Nicholas, and some confusion may thus have arisen.