American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Neilson, William Allan 1869-1946. British-born American scholar and lexicographer noted for his editions of Shakespeare (1906 and 1942) and as the editor in chief of Webster's Second International Dictionary (1934).
- From Neil + -son. (Wiktionary)
“Finally after a continual decline in Neilson ratings, the show was dropped from the line up in 2003, though it was never officially canceled, no new episodes would be created.”
“Leslie Neilson is awesome and totally outside of his range of recognition, as is Ted Danson.”
“As you can see, the list shown on that board carries less than half the names that would go on to appear on the final Honor Roll, seen today in Neilson Memorial Park.”
“Veteran coach Roger Neilson is credited with starting the white-towel gesture when he didn't like the officiating in a 1982 playoff game while he coached the Vancouver Canucks. ...”
“Neilson is expected back when the playoffs begin, or maybe a few games into the first round.”
“The affected product is called Neilson Trutaste two per cent Microfiltered Partly Skimmed Milk and is sold in four-litre bags.”
“The affected product is called Neilson Trutaste two per cent Microfiltered Partly Skimmed Milk and is sold in four litre bags.”
“Leslie Neilson is what Dick Van Dyke could have been”
“Any complete standard edition of Shakespeare such as Neilson's, The Globe, or Leopold editions.”
“Neilson," supplied the man, as she looked at Billy, and hesitated.”
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