- adj. the ordinal number of one hundred twenty-five in counting order
“And all of his fellow officers from the 125th were astronauts as well experiencing their own dream realities.”
“Durante had traveled downtown to the show from 125th Street in Harlem, where he was the piano player at a saloon in the basement of a burlesque club.”
“Baltimore Watercolor Society" Exhibit celebrating the 125th year of the society, started as an all-female group in 1885.”
“Mr. Smith's firm, ESmith Legacy Inc., has proposed building an $81 million hotel and retail project, including a supermarket and YMCA, on an open lot at the southwest corner of 125th Street and Lenox Avenue.”
“Manhattanville, located between the Hudson River and Broadway and between 125th and 135th streets, is the site of a 30-year, $6.3 billion plan by Columbia University to extend its Morningside Heights campus northward to include 17 acres of Manhattanville.”
“The ground floors of the new buildings along Broadway, 12th Avenue and 125th Street will provide retail space for local businesses.”
“By the 1880s "there was a real estate agent who specialized in houses and apartments for Negroes along Second and Third Avenues below East 125th Street, then Manhattan's second biggest Negro neighborhood.”
“There, the budding rapper knew a similarly distracted student named Russell Simmons, who traces his current status of "hip hop impresario" back to the inspiration of seeing Kurtis Blow perform in 1977 at the Charles Gallery, a hotbed for early rap on 125th Street.”
“Even so, the fact that Lady Liberty's 125th anniversary is being celebrated shows that many still support the "give me your tired, your poor" attitude that welcomed our ancestors.”
“NEW YORK Starting about 6 p.m., a crowd began gathering under the blinking white lights of the Apollo Theater marquee on 125th Street in New York's Harlem neighborhood.”
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