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    as the Nicholas Brothers, to gain fame. The Nicholas Brothers questioned what dance could be by pushing the human body to the limits the likes of which had not been seen before. Other innovations in their dance such as their vernacular style, informal training, and unique musicality directly opposed many of the virtues of classical ballet. Through my own interpretations of their work as well as through the use of primary and secondary sources it is clear to see that the Nicholas Brothers opposed

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    drums with their feet. Then, they jump to another table, raise their hands and drop it in rhythm with their feet, do flip and do some more incredible dances moves. Two of the greatest dancers to step on the dance floor were the African American, Nicholas brothers. Although they were not projected as great as they really were in movies due to their skin color, it did not stop them to be now recognized as one of the best dancer ever. Production: It is a clip from a movie called Stormy Weather released

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    loving someone is about giving, not receiving.” said Nicholas Sparks. Sparks went through many tragedies as a kid. He lost both parents growing up, though Sparks saw that as an influence to use in his writing. His parents taught him many things as a child, that helped him become the writer he is today. After taking a look at the life and work of Nicholas Sparks, it is apparent that this writer deserves recognition as a profound American author. Nicholas Sparks entered the world on December 31, 1965,

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    II. Background Nicholas Sparks was born on December 31, 1965, in Omaha, Nebraska (Jessica Estremera). He was the second of three children born to Patrick Sparks, a college professor, and his wife Jill. Nicholas spent the early part of his childhood moving around with his family as his father finished up his graduate work (Biography Channel website). "Because my father was a student until I was 9 years old and my mother didn't work, we weren't exactly living the high life when I was little. I grew

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    Emotional Journey of Nicholas Sparks New York Times Best selling author and author of 21 bestseller novels, Nicholas Sparks, has a way of capturing his readers as they embark on a journey with the characters on an emotional rollercoaster. Through his mother, father, sister, and son’s influence, Nicholas Sparks uses his own life as an inspiration for his stories. The beginning of his career started at the end of his first one. Nicholas Sparks received a full ride track scholarship to Notre Dame

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    Santa Claus

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    1087 where it was said to still perform miracles. The pure spirit and intentions of Saint Nicholas are to thank those for inspiring the Christmas holiday. "To begin with, Saint Nicholas-that was his name to start with-is about the most overworked saint who ever existed" (Myers). All of this hard work and dedications made Nicholas stand out and held influence over our beloved image of Santa Claus. Saint Nicholas is one of the many characters that bloomed into Santa Claus. However, some of the legendary

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    Life Of My Life

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    LIFE It all started on December 6th, 2002. Nicholas Andrew Hulbert was born at 12:53AM at the St Providence Hospital. I was born into a world full of unknowns. “Let’s name him Nicholas, since today is Saint Nicholas day!”. My father yelped as my mother was holding me in the blue baby cloud blanket that I was wrapped in. Although I do not remember anything about my life before the age of 6, memories show that I had done a lot in that short span of my lifetime. When I was 3 my father Eric traveled

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    Sir Nicholas George Winton was a British humanitarian who organized the rescue of 669 children, most of them Jewish, from Czechoslovakia before the World War II in an operation later known as the Czech Kindertransport (German for “children transportation”). Winton found homes for the children and arranged for their safe passage to Britain. Sir Winton was born in Hampstead, London on May 19, 1909, and was one of three children of Rudolph and Barbara Wertheim. Winton’s parents were originally German

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    hits them. On September 1, 2009, Nicholas Sparks released his fourteenth book, The Last Song which is about a young girl named Ronnie Miller, who spends the summer with her father at Wrightsville Beach, where he’s been living the past few years. In the beginning of the movie, she’s a rebellious seventeen-year-old girl, but soon changes her ways when she meets the boy of her dreams, Will Blakelee, who is played by Liam Hemsworth (Goodreads). According to Nicholas Sparks, he came up with the idea

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    Nicholas Sparks is one of the world 's most darling storytellers. The majority of his books have been New York Times successes, with in excess of 97 million duplicates sold around the world, in more than 50 dialects, including in excess of 65 million duplicates in the United States alone. Sparkles composed one of his best-known stories, The Notebook, over a time of six months at age 28. It was distributed in 1996 by Warner Books. He emulated with the books Message in a Bottle (1998), A Walk to

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