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1 New York is like many big, crowded cities in having plenty of art to bump into - or drop or toss in the trash or surrender to the cosmic banana peel.
2 So he started paring down his material life, selling off his condo in New York, his mansion in Florida and his only car.
3 She lives in New York but we reached her on her mobile phone in Amman.
4 Jim huddled up an agreement with Harding Co. Ltd. and flew back New York this morning.
5 summer as we traveled around New England, upstate New York and eastern Canada on our fifth anthem tour, my son and I bickered.
6 Some of value did leave: Mondrian, Dali, Duchamp, Chagall and Léger were among those who made their various ways to New York.
7 When we got back home after our trip the third summer — a five-week Odyssey that took us from New York to Washington State and back — we hung a map highlighting routes we'd taken in Marcus's room.
8 At the New York Film Festival in 2009, Cruz debuted a knuckle-sized sapphire surrounded by small diamonds on her ring finger, sparking rumors of an engagement.
9 Statue of Liberty towers above the harbour of New York.
10 Then I dressed and off we flew to New York to meet some girls.
11 The robbers wore bulletproof vests bearing the New York Police Department logo and ransacked the Kapovics' home on Christmas Eve.
12 The two tower buildings of the World Trade Center have disappeared from the map of New York.
13 The book also depicts scenes of Chinatowns in far-flung places like San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, as well as in countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam.
14 He hit his car that he lost in New York.
15 regular sight at New York parties, she stood out for being a handsome woman of cerebral insouciance, with two novels and another book of essays under her belt.
16 In this context, we hope the New York Philharmonic concert in Pyongyang will serve as a reveille to wake up the hermit kingdom.
17 True, Paris did see jobs migrate to New York and London after NYSE's takeover of Euronext in 2007, but the centre of gravity was moving to bigger centers anyway.
18 An unrepentant Moussaoui told a stunned courtroom he rejoiced at seeing the smoldering rubble of the World Trade Center in New York and pleaded guilty to six criminal conspiracy charges.
19 Anastasia Somoza was a beautiful girl from New York City who was confined to a wheelchair because of cerebral palsy.
20 We had many things to be thankful for on Thanksgiving — one of them was a little known bus driver from Orchard Park, New York, whom we consider a hero — Flo Russell.
21 So how about a New York apartment?
22 Utopia accuses Mr Mao of subversion and libel. It says funding given to Unirule by the Ford Foundation, based in New York, is evidence of “collusion” with foreigners in his alleged crimes.
23 But his ambition quickly drove him to New York.
24 But we do have to ask this question: we have to ask whether extremists who have killed innocent civilians in New York and in Moscow will show that same restraint.
25 In New York, scientists from the American museum of National History placed the hive in a specially prepared laboratory in the museum.
26 At exactly 3:15 p.m. New York time - a precise 24 hours after having been fed in Paris - the bees swarmed out of their hive.
27 However, I believe the oven is ticked off because its owners, in typical New York fashion, use it for storage rather than for actual cooking.
28 The railroad connects two cities, namely, New York and Chicago.
29 scheme has been thought up by Leonard Ornstein, a cell biologist at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, together with Igor Aleinov and David Rind, climate modellers at Nasa.
30 city is as large as New York, spread out in a seemingly haphazard fashion in every direction, crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the elevated rail lines of its superb transportation system.