American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of New York City in southeast New York on the mainland north of Manhattan. The Bronx was first settled by Jonas Bronck (died c. 1643), a Dane in the service of the Dutch West India Company, and became part of Greater New York in 1898. Population: 1,360,000.
- n. a borough of New York City
- Originally Bronck's Land after Jonas Bronck (1600–1643). (Wiktionary)
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“In fact, looking at the median family, per capita, and % poverty shows that Manhattan has a slightly higher median than the bronx, but Manhattan has both much more poverty and much more wealth higher poverty rate and higher mean than the Bronx.”
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“In A BRONX TALE, the celebrated play on which he based the legendary movie, Palminteri vividly depicts a young boy's rough childhood in the 1960s-era Bronx and the unforgettable people he encountered.”
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“Offensively, the Yankees have lived up to the label Bronx Bombers of late.”
“Which makes perfect sense, since per capita, the Bronx is the capital of PR.”
“Groundhog Day, Cashman's "last day" in the Bronx is an extended run.”
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