- n. French physicist noted for research on magnetism (born in 1904)
“In a few minutes, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention joins us, but first, Joe Neel is with us here in Studio 3A, NPR's health editor.”
“In other words, Neel is as inside-the-beltway as you can get.”
“They alfo term the Nile, Neel Shem, or the Egyption Riverj fo that the term Neel, whence our Nile, is nothing more than the appellative River, like Ganges or Sinde.”
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“Dr. Clayton Nelson called Neel "a very good doctor and a real gentleman.”
“Shetty, 'Neel'anjan, Vivek, Udit, Saurav & Annamalai Crew - Sets - Supriya Suri”
“While it is possible that chewing sticks with their natural antimicrobials  are more effective than Western personal oral hygiene aids, alternative explanations such as Neel’s thrifty gene hypothesis  or lifestyle factors such as smoking appear more consistent with explaining the epidemiology of chronic diseases such as diabetes  or periodontitis.”
“Neel Kashkari, the former assistant Treasury secretary who administered the Troubled Asset Relief Program, now works at Pimco.”
“Predrag Vuckovic/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Red Bull racing driver Neel Jani drove an F1 show car on the Khardung La pass, which is more than 18,000 feet above sea level, in Leh, Jammu and Kashmir, Tuesday.”
“New York artist Bobby Neel Adams sought to chronicle the passage of time in a visual manner.”
“Chamber peddles a scrawled, hard-wrought form of figuration with a palette that leans toward the decrepit: think Alice Neel, if she was painting with a broken arm.”
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