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“Doug Kuntz Christie Brinkley Lists Home for $15.75 Million Christie Brinkley put her 19th-century five-bedroom house in Sag Harbor on the market for $15.75 million.”
“Christie Brinkley put her 19th-century five-bedroom house in Sag Harbor on the market for $15.75 million.”
“SCOTT SIMON, host: Fifty years ago this month, John Steinbeck and his poodle, Charley, headed out from their house in Sag Harbor on Long Island for an 11 week, 10,000 mile counterclockwise trip around the United States.”
“It will be interesting to follow the installation in Sag Harbor, once the building permits are issued.”
“A prototype is currently being developed and slated for assembly this year on a site in Sag Harbor, NY.”
“I live four houses up the street from this new designer all green home being built in Sag Harbor.”
“At this intelligence the Indian advanced, and after a hearty grip of the hand, very carefully and deliberately withdrew from his bosom, and next to his naked breast, a large silver medal, and turning his face to the painter, pronounced with great vehemence and emphasis the word Sag-a-nosh!”
“Many years ago, I met John Steinbeck at a party in Sag Harbor, and told him that I had writer’s block.”
“Ishtar, Ramman (also under the forms Im-me-ru and Mar-tu), Marduk, sometimes called Sag-ila after his temple in Babylon, Nabu, Ishum,”
“[The LITTLE MAN makes a face at him.] 'Sag' Ihm ': Instantly put down baby, and komm' mit us.”
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