And Jimmy Fallon covered the song twice—once as Neil Young and once alongside Idol judge Randy Jackson.
“I look at Neil for more than walking on the moon,” says Glenn.
While Neil and Buzz made ready to blast off, Houston read the telemetry looking for signs of trouble.
The series began with protagonist, Neil Truman, an investment banker, discovering his wife having sex with a male escort.
Playwright Neil Simon would often treat himself to a bag of Fritos after finishing a difficult scene.
"Neil is out there waiting for me in a small boat," he continued, pointing beyond Obadiah's to the lake.
Neil Kittrell left the office of the Morning Telegraph in a daze.
In the pleasant mid-day light under the maples, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Cornish were hurrying toward the railway station.
For Neil O'Brien, indeed, that gesture was the turning-point of existence.
Neil Stewart laid her words to heart, and the ensuing week brought to pass some radical changes.
surname and masc. proper name, from Gaelic/Old Irish Niall "champion." Picked up by the Vikings in Ireland (as Njall), brought by them to Iceland and Norway, thence to France, from which place it was introduced in England at the Conquest. Incorrectly Latinized as Nigellus on mistaken association with niger "black," hence Nigel.