The Queen Mother lent towards him and said "I wouldn't if I was you Noel... they count them before they go back in."
In the early 2000s, Dutschke joined a Tupelo studio called Kinetic Kick owned by Noel McMichael.
At Juicy Couture, Hamish Bowles entertained the crowd with Noel Coward songs.
The rest is filler, which means you have to listen to “The First Noel” and “The Christmas Song” a lot more than you might like.
She should be a combination of Noel Coward and the Marquis de Sade.
This so pleased Noel that he advanced my wages to a dollar and a half a week.
Noel Ordway had not asked her to marry him—and might never do so.
"Feels a bit grumpy, I fancy," thought Noel, with a suppressed grin.
This having been accomplished, they proceeded in the direction of Mrs. Noel's cottage.
I like it better than Noel's poetry, though I told him I did not, because he looked as if he was going to cry.
late 14c., nowel "feast of Christmas," from Old French noel "the Christmas season," variant of nael, from Latin natalis (dies) "birth (day)," in Church Latin in reference to the birthday of Christ, from natus, past participle of nasci "be born" (Old Latin gnasci; see genus). The modern word in English, with the sense "a Christmas carol" (1811) probably is a separate borrowing from French. As a masc. proper name, from Old French, probably literally "of or born on Christmas."