No word yet if her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Justin Bieber (who is also an NEO ambassador) will be at the show as well.
Now she just wants the NEO homeless to get back under a roof before they become acclimated to destitution.
That last night, Anton proudly showed me a picture of NEO, then 7, just before he Skyped with Penny and the kids.
It was in the NEO valley that the supreme efforts of the earthquake were manifested.
Remembering NEO's suggestion, I took also two other bottles of rum.
Hypatia started, as at a new thought, and confessed—as every NEO—Platonist would have done—that she had never done so.
A few miles after entering the NEO valley, the throw of the fault reaches its maximum at Midori.
These we ate while NEO discoursed sadly upon the evil times that had befallen his reign.
“He got litt'ee broomee, an' sweep paint out litt'ee pipe on thing make ship's sails,” NEO explained.
word-forming element meaning "new, recent," used in a seemingly endless number of adjectives and nouns, mostly coined since c.1880, from Greek neo-, comb. form of neos "new, young, youthful; fresh, strange; lately, just now," from PIE root *newo- (see new).
New; recent: neonatal.
New and different: Neo-Freudian.
New and abnormal: neoplasm.