NEILS

AcronymDefinition
NEILSNational Early Intervention Longitudinal Study (Menlo Park, CA)
NEILSNorth East Indian Linguistic Society
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The skipper of the boat, on the other hand, was called Neil Roy Macrob; and since Macrob was one of the names of Alan's clansmen, and Alan himself had sent me to that ferry, I was eager to come to private speech of Neil Roy.
Thereupon Neil sheered off; and the chief singer in our boat struck into a melancholy air, which was presently taken up both by the emigrants and their friends upon the beach, so that it sounded from all sides like a lament for the dying.
At Kinlochaline I got Neil Roy upon one side on the beach, and said I made sure he was one of Appin's men.
"Aweel, aweel," said Neil; "and I think ye might have begun with that end of the stick, whatever!
Of the fish patrolmen under whom we served at various times, Charley Le Grant and I were agreed, I think, that Neil Partington was the best.
Neil's family lived in Oakland, which is on the Lower Bay, not more than six miles across the water from San Francisco.
Neil's wife was dangerously ill, and the outlook was a week's lie-over, awaiting the crisis.
"Neil will be delayed here for a week, and you and I might as well be doing something in the meantime.
The confidential Ivan opened the door and ushered in Commandant Neil O'Brien, whom he had found at last pacing the garden again.
Do you hate Neil so much as to put your own daughter--"
For Neil O'Brien, indeed, that gesture was the turning-point of existence.
`Dare's Neil MacAllister and Sandy MacAllister and William MacAllister and Alec MacAllister and Angus MacAllister--and I believe dare's de Devil MacAllister.'"