American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ney, Michel Duc d'Elchingen and Prince de la Moskowa. 1769-1815. French marshal who commanded the rear guard in Napoleon I's retreat from Moscow (1812) and later deserted Louis XVIII to aid Napoleon at Waterloo (1815).
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of neighand nigh.
- n. French marshal in the Napoleonic Wars (1769-1815)
“I think that guy Ney is supposed to be entenced soon.”
“Yeah, $29K doesn't sound like a lot of money in this day and age, but the very idea that Bob Ney is still able to collect it while Mr. Hara, who is just as much entitled to the pension as any congressional widow or widower, gets nothing simply because he is gay is repugnant.”
“Ney is in jail or on his way there, and rightly so.”
“Jules, personally I think that Rep. Ney is going to go down faster than Rush Limbaugh on a pile of pills.”
“I think Rep Ney is projecting just a bit, since it is he who does not “give two shoots” about Ohio.”
“Bob Ney is my congressman and for some reason I got some of his campaign literature.”
“Rep. Ney is a very corrupt and putred member of the House who must resign or be indicted!”
“Representative Bob Ney, R-OH: Representative Ney is at the center of the Abramoff corruption scandal.”
“I despise dishonest pols, and if Ney is as crooked as Cunningham, indict, try and convict him.”
“Ney is another GOP leader who apparently doesn't think the rules apply to him, from CREW's press release: “The complaint against Rep. Ney is based on his conduct with regard to the Tigua Indians of El Paso, Texas, a tribe represented by lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who is known to be close to Ney,” Sloan said today.”
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