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Los Angeles Times
'Fear the Walking Dead' recap: Respect for zombies going too far?Even though Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) holds a morbid fascination for “the infe
'Fear the Walking Dead' recap: Respect for zombies going too far?
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Even though Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) holds a morbid fascination for “the infected,” he’s shocked at how they’re catered to at a Tijuana colonia on AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead.” In “Los Muertos” (Episode 209), Nick awakens to the sound of chanting... Read more
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Daily Mail
Nick aligns with Mexican death cult on Fear The Walking DeadNick Clark discovered that he was part of a Mexican religious death cult on Sun
Nick aligns with Mexican death cult on Fear The Walking Dead
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Nick Clark discovered that he was part of a Mexican religious death cult on Sunday's episode of Fear The Walking Dead. The ninth episode of the second season, entitled Los Muertos, kicked off with Nick seeing a weak man self-sacrificing himself to... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Notre Dame football team tries to overcome inexperiencetalent being counted on to contribute includes sophomore back/defensive back Ky
Notre Dame football team tries to overcome inexperience
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
talent being counted on to contribute includes sophomore back/defensive back Kyrese Fisher, sophomore back/defensive back Nick Clark, freshman back/linebacker Erik Charnetski, sophomore two-way lineman Hunter Homerda and junior two-way lineman... Read more
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USA Today
Did a legend save Indiana town from tornadoes?city of Muncie, named for the Munsee Indians, was founded on a curve in the Whi
Did a legend save Indiana town from tornadoes?
USA Today / Posted 4 days ago
city of Muncie, named for the Munsee Indians, was founded on a curve in the White River to fend off storms. Back in 1994, Nick Clark, the director of the Minnetrista Cultural Center at the time, said Indians believe that a circle is a spiritual... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Fear the Walking Dead' recap: Nick seeks pro-zombie types in TijuanaApocalypse survivor Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) holds a minority opinion about z
'Fear the Walking Dead' recap: Nick seeks pro-zombie types in Tijuana
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
Apocalypse survivor Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) holds a minority opinion about zombies. Instead of regarding them as flesh-eating monsters deserving bullets in the brain, Nick sees them as misunderstood humans undergoing a mysterious... Read more
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Daily Mail
Nick Clark embarks on blood-soaked solo quest on Fear The Walking DeadNick Clark embarked on a blood-soaked quest of lone survival as Fear The Walkin
Nick Clark embarks on blood-soaked solo quest on Fear The Walking Dead
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Nick Clark embarked on a blood-soaked quest of lone survival as Fear The Walking Dead returned on Sunday with its mid-season premiere. The second season episode titled Grotesque kicked off with Nick, played by Frank Dillane, waking up in a house... Read more
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IGN
Fear the Walking Dead Returns, But Can the Group Survive Their Separation?Clark"), then Alycia Debnam-Carey ("Alicia Clark"), Lorenzo James Henrie ("Chri
Fear the Walking Dead Returns, But Can the Group Survive Their Separation?
IGN / Posted 9 days ago
Clark"), then Alycia Debnam-Carey ("Alicia Clark"), Lorenzo James Henrie ("Christopher Manawa") and Frank Dillane ("Nick Clark"), and the last with Mercedes Mason ("Ofelia Salazar"), Colman Domingo ("Victor Strand") and a new addition to... Read more
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Irondequoit Post
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Irondequoit Post / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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11d
Penfield Post
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Penfield Post / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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11d
Boonville Daily News
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Boonville Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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Webster Post
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Webster Post / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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Fairport - East Rochester Post
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Fairport - East Rochester Post / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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11d
Wayne Post
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Wayne Post / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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11d
Herkimer Evening Telegram
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Herkimer Evening Telegram / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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11d
Brighton-Pittsford Post
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
Brighton-Pittsford Post / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Ownher emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Fr
7 Reasons Why Fear the Walking Dead Stands on Its Own
The Journal-Standard / Posted 11 days ago
her emotions get in the way of her judgment. And Frank Dillane's young James Franco thing as heroin-addicted problem child Nick Clark is unique on either show. He moves at a different pace in a way that's a refreshing change from the dialed-up... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for Aug. 18needed as there currently is no way to identify a problem rider other than a de
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for Aug. 18
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 12 days ago
needed as there currently is no way to identify a problem rider other than a description like in Spandex with a helmet. — Nick Clark, San Rafael Solar panels better than vacant parking lots Parking lots are inherently ugly, empty or full. So... Read more
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USA Today
Mexico stars as 'Fear the Walking Dead' returnsDickens says. Now, the characters are "refugees in another country and that cou
Mexico stars as 'Fear the Walking Dead' returns
USA Today / Posted 12 days ago
Dickens says. Now, the characters are "refugees in another country and that country offers all of its magic to the show." Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) is on his own in the Mexican desert when AMC's 'Fear the Walking Dead' returns Sunday. (Photo:... Read more
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22d
The Globe and Mail
Rowing Canada not taking any chances with lagoon water qualityand viruses floating around Rio’s waterways, the rowers are taking no chances.
Rowing Canada not taking any chances with lagoon water quality
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
and viruses floating around Rio’s waterways, the rowers are taking no chances. “We’ve got a bit of a protocol that Nick Clark, our physiologist, has kind of drilled down into us that we’ve got to be careful about not getting our hands in... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 31now. The many studies done show that most people drive at a safe speed and do
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 31
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 30 days ago
now. The many studies done show that most people drive at a safe speed and do not just add 10 mph to the posted limit. — Nick Clark, San Rafael Some questions about San Anselmo apartments Regarding the San Anselmo Town Council’s approval of a... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 29early returns and high latter returns badly understates the deficit problem whi
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 29
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 1 months ago
early returns and high latter returns badly understates the deficit problem while the reverse overstates the problem. — Nick Clark, San Rafael There does seem to be a crisis in this country Though I’m taking his remark somewhat out of context,... Read more

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