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  • NEVER SAY NEVERLAND: It looks like Michael Jackson is close to selling Neverland for $20 million.

    …Of The Day | Best Week Ever

  • BROOKE ANDERSON, NEVERLAND CORRESPONDENT: Candi, that's a great question, and we have been monitoring the gates at here at Neverland, the front gate.

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2005

  • Neverland is swamped with fun! wwww. -a-pen-in-neverland.blogspot.com on 15 May 2010 at 12: 25 pm Irene

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Comic: Critique Workshop

  • Barrie, when asked about Neverland, says that Neverland is simply the child's mind.

    What Peter said

  • People also grow old in Neverland, be sick and die?

    Global Voices in English » South Asia: The World Is Poorer Without MJ

  • Even though I feel like I am the ONLY one who liked Charlie and the Chocolate Factory more than the original, I prefer to see Depp in more straight-laced roles seeing as Finding Neverland is one of my favorite movies.

    First Official Look: Michael Mann’s Public Enemies | /Film

  • No one I know understands where we are getting the gazillions to fund all the bailouts is coming from - there is a sentiment that we are already in Neverland and if we're taking things on faith let's let the guy we elected solve the problems we asked him to and not just fund AIG hand relief with happy endings.

    Moving Forward on Health Care - Swampland - TIME.com

  • His California house is called Neverland; his Florida house is called Elysium.

    Dream State

  • Peter Pan, aided by his companion Tinker Bell, is the leader of the Lost Boys in Neverland who battle the wicked Captain Hook and his pirates.

    Inkheart by Cornelia Funke: Questions

  • Though increasingly eccentric in his later years, living much of the year in a secluded California estate he called Neverland, Jackson always maintained a fervent core of fans and, despite his lavish lifestyle and persistent money woes, always seemed just one comeback away from a return to the top.

    NYT > Home Page

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  • "The Neverland gene makes a protein of the same name, which converts cholesterol into 7-dehydrocholesterol. This chemical reaction is the first of many that leads to ecdysone – a hormone that all insects need to transform from a larva into an adult. Most species make their own ecdysone but D.pachea is ill-equipped. Because of its Neverland mutations, the manufacturing process fails at the very first step. Without intervention, the fly would be permanently stuck in larval mode. Hence the name, Neverland—fly genes are named after what happens to the insect when the gene is broken." (Not Exactly Rocket Science)

    September 29, 2012