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- Adam Nicolson FRSL, FSA is a British author who has written about history, landscape, great literature and the sea.
- born on (58 years ago), child of Nigel Nicolson
- nationality: United Kingdom
- written works: "Regeneration", "Seamanship", "Power and Glory", "Atlantic Britain", "Bateman's (East Sussex)", "Long walks in France", "Panoramas of England", "God's secretaries", "Perch Hill", "Seize the Fire: Heroism, Duty, and the Battle of Trafalgar", "Sea room", "Hated Wife", "The fire at Uppark", "The Major's legacy", "Landscapes in Britain", "Adam Nicolson's book of walks", "Quarrel with the king", "Life in the Tudor age", "Journey Through the British Isles", "Sissinghurst, An Unfinished History"
- Adam Nicolson is a former wide receiver in the CFL. He wears the number 84, weighs 219 lbs. and is 6'4 tall. Nicolson attended the University of Ottawa and played for the Ottawa Gee-Gees. From 2004 to 2006, he played in 19 games, in which Nicolson had 88 catches for 1572 yards. He also scored 12 touchdowns. In his playoff career, Nicolson averaged 69 receiving yards per game. During the 2006 Mitchell Bowl, he had 6 catches for 109 yards and a touchdown versus the Saskatchewan Huskies. The Gee-Gees would lose the game, though. Nicolson was selected by the Lions in the first round in the 2007 CFL Draft.
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by Gyles Brandreth
Nigel Nicolson1917–2004 English writer: Adam Nicolson Sea Room: an ...
by Helmut K. Anheier, Mark Juergensmeyer
In 2006, roughly midway through Dubai's 6year economic boom, an account by the journalist Adam Nicolson posed these questions about the wider global significance of the citystate's recent development: Is Dubai, in fact, the fulcrum of the ...
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