from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. New York
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- abbr. New York, a state of the United States of America.
- abbr. North Yorkshire, a county in England.
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To argue whether moving to “WIGS” in NY is a good or bad thing is abstract to the point of being vapid.
The odd thing in NY is that because of the laws, large volume retailers have been knocking mom and pop stores out for decades, without a grocery store bill.
The good people of the great state of New York are gracious enough to pimp their seats (if you will) to pretty much any Democratic hack who shows up at the door, and smart enough to realize that no one actually born in NY is bright enough to be senator.
The kid being rescued from the fire in NY is just amazing.
The Democrats are no prize either, but the thesis that King represents the last of dying breed, the white blue collar workers in NY, is an over-simplification.
So to say that Amazon sales should not be taxed since Amazon receives no services in NY is irrelevant.
Tell me about missing the SF mission burrito - Mexican food in NY is just excrutiating!
Guess hes not too blind, he sees enough to know that saying those things he said last week against Senator Clinton in NY is a good way not to get elected back as Governor, to bad hes to blind to see that Hillary is Done.
All you have to do onstage in NY is say the word gay, and you get this instant applause.
How does the WH know this quickly that the explosion in NY is not terror related?
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