I'd be pleased for the public to decide a nickname
for me," she said.
The 48-year-old, who presentedTop GearwithJeremy ClarksonandJames Mayfrom 2002 to 2015 before the trio switched to Amazon withThe Grand Tour, said he got his nickname
from BBC motoring expert Zog Ziegler.
Digong is the nickname
of President Duterte, although he also uses Rody.
Tin Tin is another nickname
he gets because of his barnet.
Jessup said Monday the school "must keep the term 'Rebels' as our nickname
," but he noted the need to "freshen the mascot's costume and related marketing images," (http://lasvegassun.
officials) had the power to designate one nickname
as the team's
SHAGGY: From the moment a team-mate pointed out how much he looked like Scooby Doo's best mate, this was to be the nickname
of England World Cup winning centre Will Greenwood.
By the way, the word nickname
started out as "an eke name".
Or wonder how the hell a football club playing north of the border could end up with the nickname
H & P closed their factory, once the biggest to produce biscuits in the world, some 22 years earlier, after which Reading's new nickname
was taken to reflect their location in the Royal County of Berkshire.
Okay, it's illegal, but we are still secretly glad Kate's phone got hacked because we found out this little gem: Prince William's nickname
An additional nickname
for Arkansas, Wonder State can be transposed to western toad, a large toad of western North America, according to the OED.
As if a standoff with Congress and an impending debt-ceiling crisis were not enough to occupy his time, President Obama last Friday injected himself into the debate, such as it is, over whether the NFL's Washington Redskins should change their nickname
According to his complaint, Durante officially trademarked the nickname
Durantula in 2010.
The "Warriors" nickname
may be the only reference to Native Americans permitted under a proposed rule that would ban the use of Indian-related terms as nicknames
, mascots or logos in Oregon public schools.