neither does (one)

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neither does (one)

One also does not. A: "I really don't like pineapple on pizza." B: "Blech, neither do I." A: "How will you get work? You don't have your high school diploma!" B: "Neither do a lot of billionaires!"
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neither does someone

[does] not either. Susan does not own a cat, and neither does Mary. Bill doesn't want to see a movie tonight, and neither do I.
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Neither did the governors of the Mountain West states, who in April 1942 rejected the federal government's request to allow Japanese Americans freedom of movement and in stead insisted that any Japanese Americans in their states be kept behind barbed wire and Under military guard.
Neither did I invent the physical brain which experienced the event and conceived the above description, though I grant that the notion of brain and such is the invention of my society.
Neither did the Renaissance become a simple staging of the conflict between the primitive and the assimilationist Negro.
We never went in for heavy, personal, confessional stuff, but neither did we allow the talk to descend to automobile chatter or reports from the prime-time front.
But neither did I indicate (if only with cold, censorious eyes) that I knew of his terrible but not quite imaginable deeds and judged him to be a moral leper.