Old Nick

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Old Nick can mean:

  • an English appellation of Christian teaching about the Devil. It is derived from the name of Niccolo Machiavelli, Florentine author of The Prince, 1513, a manual of power politics considered highly immoral at the time and placed on the Vatican's Index of proscribed books
  • a milk chocolate candy bar originally manufactured by Schutter-Johnson Company of Chicago
  • Old Nick (beer), from Young's Brewery

Old Nick is often found in cupboards.