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According to scholars including Neil Forsyth and John L. McKenzie, the Old Testament incorporates stories, or fragments of stories, from extra-biblical mythology.
* Forsyth, Neil.
Scottish author Neil Forsyth was appointed as President of the Sealand Football Association.
Greg Dyke, Darth Vader, The Duke of Edinburgh, Saruman and Christopher Lee, Don Vito Corleone, Michael Caine, Derren Brown, Professor Snape & Alan Rickman, Jack Nicholson, Jamie Oliver, Jacques Chirac, Alistair Darling, Jack Straw, Marlon Brando, Bruce Forsyth, Osama Bin Laden, Senator John Kerry, Leo McGarry, Ninth Doctor Who & Christopher Eccleston, Prince Charles, Gerry Adams, Justin Hawkins, Jon Snow, Jimmy Hill, Stelios Haji-Ioannou ( on radio ), Alistair Cooke ( on radio ), Tony Robinson, Lord Hutton, Jimmy Savile, Adolf Hitler, God, Judas Iscariot, Russell Brand, Jeremy Vine, Evan Davis, Neil Burgess a. k. a. Barry Scott, Donald Duck
* Bob Servant who swapped emails with Internet Spammers in the book Delete This At Your Peril-the creation of Neil Forsyth
Broughty Ferry is the setting for the Bob Servant books and BBC radio series written by Neil Forsyth.
More recent artists include Johnny Mathis, The Carpenters, Neil Sedaka, The Osmonds, Tommy Steel, Adam Faith, Bruce Forsyth, Victoria Wood, Morecambe and Wise, Ken Dodd, Shirley Bassey, Kate Bush, and Cilla Black.
* Alex Forsyth, Neil Brown
The fragmentary line " He raises his tail ..." identified him for Neil Forsyth as a precursor of a later Adversary, the dragon of Revelation 12: 4, whose tail swept down a third of the stars of heaven, and cast them to the earth.

Neil and writes
Neil Risch writes: " The anomalous presence of four different lysosomal storage disorders in the Ashkenazi Jewish population has been the source of long-standing controversy.
Also, in The Sandman issue " Calliope " written by Neil Gaiman and pencilled by Kelley Jones, a character, Richard Madoc, writes a book " The Cabaret of Dr. Caligari ", an obvious pseudonym.
BBC presenter Andrew Neil writes: " Being an active part of the GUU " community " was a vital part of becoming an adult — making new friends from a variety of backgrounds, having new experiences, dealing with new challenges.
** Neil Gaiman writes a piece for The Guardian detailing his thoughts on the adapting of comics stories to film.
Neil McInnes writes that Dunlop was, however, " much more tentative " in his conclusions, as were other historians of Khazars, including Peter Golden and Moses Shulvass.
Still a cult favourite at the club, he currently writes a weekly column for the Leicester Mercury and has formed an events company with England Rugby player Neil Back and another business partner.

Neil and what
The super-group Crosby, Stills and Nash, formed in 1968 from members of The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and The Hollies, were joined by Neil Young for Deja Vu in 1970, which moved away from many of what had become the " clichés " of psychedelic rock and placed an emphasis on political commentary and vocal harmonies.
* Crazy talk, stupid talk: how we defeat ourselves by the way we talk and what to do about it by Neil Postman, Delacorte Press, 1976.
" For the book's republication in 1963, Garner made several alterations to the text, excising what Neil Philip called " extraneous clauses, needless adjectives and flabby phrases.
In February 2009 on his website " InnesBookOfRecords. Com ", Neil Innes released what he refers to as " Ron Nasty's Final Song ", titled " Imitation Song "-a parody of " Imagine ".
" A famous anecdote relates that one of his stage costars, Maureen Stapleton, told the director of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, " I don't know what to do — I'm scared of him.
In what Tom O ' Neil called a " jaw-dropper ", the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards were the first since Late Show began in which the show was not nominated ; O ' Neil attributed the omission to the fact that The Tonight Show with Conan O ' Brien had received a nomination that year.
In 1872 Archibald and Neil Currie walked into what was to become the village of Currie.
Neil Perry gave Album a positive review in the NME: " This is a wonderful, stunning and equally confusing record, and working on the theory that you'd never expect to hear the Lydon sneer backed by prime metal riffing, that's exactly what you get.
Automotive journalist Dan Neil, in a 2002 New York Times report described verticality of the rear cargo door as the prime distinction between a hatchback and a station wagon: " Where you break the roofline, at what angle, defines the spirit of the vehicle ", he said.
" However, recently Harvey has said that Smith is " so energising to see and so passionate with what she's doing " and has also drawn inspiration from Russian folk music, Italian soundtrack composer Ennio Morricone, classical composers like Arvo Pärt, Samuel Barber and Henryk Górecki, and Neil Young.
Automotive journalist Dan Neil, in a 2002 New York Times report described verticality of the rear cargo door as the prime distinction between a hatchback and a station wagon: " Where you break the roofline, at what angle, defines the spirit of the vehicle ," he said.
Finally, the birth of a social movement needs what sociologist Neil Smelser calls an initiating event: a particular, individual event that will begin a chain reaction of events in the given society leading to the creation of a social movement.
In what became known as the Arms Crisis, two ministers, Charles Haughey and Neil Blaney were sacked from the government for gun-running for the Provisional IRA in May 1970.
Born in Purbrook, Canada West, ( near what is now Orillia, Ontario ) he was the son of Royal Naval Captain Elmes Yelverton Steele, a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars, and his second wife, Anne Macdonald, the youngest daughter of Neil Maclain MacDonald of Ardnamurchan, a native of Islay, grandson of Captain Godfrey MacNeil of Barra and nephew of Colonel Donald MacNeil.
There will be a person selected every game from community nominees to sit in that seat, formerly occupied by O ' Neil behind home plate in what was Section 101, Row C, Seat 1, until 2008 who embodies the spirit of Buck O ' Neil.
Randy would later claim that he didn't recognize Young, but at the time was angry with Neil for upstaging what he saw as his own comeback to Southern California.
While talking with Jerry about him, George speculates about what Neil might looks like and according to this description, Jerry compares Neil to Mr. Peanut.
Amongst the new signings was South African, Neil de Kock, a player who was to be influential in what was to be the club's best season since 2000.
Neil Innes said about the formation of the group, " I don't know what attracted the Scaffold to the Bonzos ; we were incredibly anarchic, which was probably something shared by the Scaffold as well.
Having worked out much of what has taken place, Neil summons the remaining department chairs and presents his theory.
When Neil discovers Ferrara ’ s body, he realizes what the women are up to.

Neil and both
Queen Elizabeth II bestowed an OBE on both Neil and Tim Finn, in June 1993, for their contribution to the music of New Zealand.
Although Tim Smith stepped down from the House of Commons at the 1997 General Election, both Neil Hamilton and Jonathan Aitken sought re-election for their seats, and were both defeated, in Hamilton's case by the former BBC Reporter Martin Bell, who stood as an anti-sleaze candidate, both the Labour and LibDem candidates withdrawing in his favour, amidst further publicity unfavourable to the Conservatives.
First, the band was arrested and then released at Edmonton International Airport for wearing their spiked stage wardrobe ( considered " dangerous weapons ") through Customs and for Neil arriving with a small carry-on filled with porn magazines ( considered " indecent material "); both were staged PR stunts.
She also sang lead vocals on the Francis-written " Into the White " and the Neil Young cover " I've Been Waiting for You ", both B-sides.
* The Probability Broach ( 1980 ), by L. Neil Smith, presents both utopian and dystopian views of present day North America, through alternative outcomes of the American War for Independence.
Television actor Edward Woodward was cast in the role of Sergeant Neil Howie after the part was declined by both Michael York and David Hemmings.
* Neil Ross provided the voice for Norman Osborn in both Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and the 1994-1998 Spider-Man animated series.
Diễm had contacts in both the embassy and with the high-profile American journalists then in South Vietnam, David Halberstam ( New York Times ), Neil Sheehan ( United Press International ) and Malcolm Browne ( Associated Press ).
Because of their themes of spirit contact, the long-running show Supernatural Chicago and the annual Harry Houdini séance, both of which are held at the Excalibur nightclub in Chicago, Illinois, dub their lead performer " Neil Tobin, Necromancer ".
On the announcement of his departure, Andrew Neil, The Spectator CEO, said: " Boris has been a wonderful and magnificent editor of The Spectator and we are sorry to lose him ; in many ways he will be irreplaceable … leaves the magazine in better shape than it has ever been in its long and glorious history, both editorially and financially … The editorial breadth and quality under his editorship has been unrivalled.
The Amiga CD32 version has original red book audio tracks by Neil Biggin and has the option to have both sound effects and music.
Literary critic Neil Philip also argued that further folkloric and mythological influences could be seen in the character of Nastrond, who had both a foul smell and an aversion to fresh water, characteristics traditionally associated with the Nuckalevee, a creature in Scottish folklore.
Finn formed a new band called The Mullanes ( Mullane being both his middle name and his mother's maiden name ) with Split Enz drummer Paul Hester, guitarist Craig Hooper of The Reels and bassist Nick Seymour ( younger brother of Hunters & Collectors leader Mark Seymour ), whom Neil had met on the final Split Enz tour.
In 2006, Neil and Tim Finn were both honoured by a slew of women re-recording and re-interpreting a selection of their songs with the album She Will Have Her Way which featured artists performing Neil Finn's songs such as Kasey Chambers, Clare Bowditch, Boh Runga with her band Stellar *, Renée Geyer, Brooke Fraser, Holly Throsby, Sarah Blasko, Amiel and Natalie Imbruglia.
Songwriter and founder of the band Neil Hannon has often claimed that both the film and book had a profound influence on much of his work and cites them as all-time favourites.
" The initial two series were both miniseries, the aforementioned Death: The High Cost of Living by Neil Gaiman and Chris Bachalo and Enigma by Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo.
Neil, both amazed and joyful, realizes that one does not have to see something to believe in it.
The hawks in the cabinet were seen as Kevin Boland and Neil Blaney, both sons of founding fathers in the party with strong Old IRA pasts.
Buffalo Springfield is a North American folk rock band renowned both for its music and as a springboard for the careers of Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Richie Furay and Jim Messina.
( Haughey and the other minister, Neil Blaney, were both acquitted.
During this run on the title, Grant Morrison ( issues # 25 & 26 ) and Neil Gaiman ( issue # 27 ) both filled in during a three-month break, Grant Morrison's story dealing with nuclear fear, and Neil Gaiman's being a simple romantic ghost story.

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