- n. a city in southwestern Connecticut; site of Yale University
“I wish the American air force, instant and lethal, would descend from the sky and sweep everyone out of the room so I could stay alone with Andrei and explain to him all about We Bombed in New Haven and my new love Slava, its dazzling star.”
“All this, in the words of New Haven lawyer Jared Ingersoll, was like “burning down a barn to roast an egg.””
“The New Haven ramifies to every spot where industry flourishes, where business thrives.”
“His final reply was that the questions seem to him "wholly unimportant"; he does not know whether the "Outlook" published anything about the Baxter revelations, nor does he know whether any of the editors or officers or directors of the "Outlook" Company are or ever have been stockholders of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company.”
“Mr. Lawrence Abbott states that "the New Haven Railroad bought copies of the ` Outlook 'without any previous understanding or arrangement as anybody is entitled to buy copies of the ` Outlook'.”
“He and Binesh were to be married in Lahore, and she would move to New Haven in the fall to join him.”
“A number of the "Outlook's" subscribers are New Haven "commuters", and the magazine could not fail to refer to their troubles.”
“For a couple of decades the political and financial life of New England has been dominated by a gigantic aggregation of capital, the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad.”
“In New Haven in spring 1970, we also faced the trial of Bobby Seale, a Black Panther accused of murdering Alex Rackley, another Panther.”
“I traveled to New Haven on a Trailways bus because the ever-benevolent Baltimore government would not let my father have the time off to drive me there himself.”
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