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1. Red got his nickname for his red hair.
2. She professed to hate her nickname.
3. We always use the nickname Beth for our daughter Elizabeth.
4. He got his nickname "Ash" from his heavy smoking.
5. She called me by my nickname.
6. The child answers only to its nickname.
7. They taunted him with the nickname 'Fatso'.
8. His nickname was Ginger because of his ginger hair.
9. He got his nickname when he was at school and it stuck for the rest of his life.
10. Andrew roared with delight when he heard Rachel's nickname for the baby.
11. Leicester Tigers lived up to their nickname in a very attacking game.
12. He worked in a garage?hence his nickname "Spanner".
13. His family's Cantonese nickname for him translates as Never Sits Still.
14. Harold's nickname was Harry.
15. Stephen earned himself the nickname Hawkeye.
16. We usually call him by his nickname.
17. Why do you fasten such a nickname on her?
18. We always nickname him "Little Lazy Cat".
19. "Chalky" is a common nickname for people called White.
20. "Darwin" was the nickname he was given at high school, because of his interest in science.
21. Rob is a nickname of Robert.
22. Why do you fastened such a nickname on me?
23. We acquired our nickname, the Goats, in the Peninsular War when we proved our worth in rocky terrain.
24. And the only nickname anyone has come up with for the dour former Stanford star is, well, Mike.
25. Plus, a nickname implies jocularity, popularity, a certain friendliness and charm.
26. His teammates have tagged him with a second nickname.
27. The vital clue to the killer's identity was his nickname, Peanuts.
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28. It was no doubt the carriers rather than the carried who gave the Tourmalet its nickname.
29. Chairman Des Moffatt says he's familiar with another unflattering nickname for the flats, but the Bronx comparison's an exaggeration.
30. Their flocks numbered in the thousands, earning them the nickname of migrating millionaires'.