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  • The Avenues is a part of the city where Bob and Steve or Molly and Patty can find a grand old house to fix up and decorate.

    Archive 2009-07-12

  • The Avenues is a part of the city where Bob and Steve or Molly and Patty can find a grand old house to fix up and decorate.

    The Running of the Gays

  • West of this, and parallel with it, are three avenues somewhat longer, called Avenues C, B, and A, the last being the most westerly.

    Lights and Shadows of New York Life or, the Sights and Sensations of the Great City

  • Mr. Fox said this claim was accurate, noting that the new Marriott building, expected to reach almost 753 feet, would exceed the height of the Four Seasons Hotel on the north side of 57th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, which is 52 stories, or 682 feet high.

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  • Mr. Fox said this claim was accurate, noting that the new Marriott building, expected to reach almost 753 feet, would exceed the height of the Four Seasons Hotel on the north side of 57th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, which is 52 stories, or 682 feet high.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Mr. Fox said this claim was accurate, noting that the new Marriott building, expected to reach almost 753 feet, would exceed the height of the Four Seasons Hotel on the north side of 57th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, which is 52 stories, or 682 feet high.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Today, that sprawling area is Chico Vecino, also known as The Avenues - an urban forest, with a densely populated grid of housing, schools and businesses.

    Local News

  • Today, that sprawling area is Chico Vecino, also known as The Avenues - an urban forest, with a densely populated grid of housing, schools and businesses.

    Local News

  • Dew sent me a piece of campaign advertising (great targeting of mail Bill, I am sure the Avenues is a voter rich target for culturally based attacks) that pretended to be a newspaper "Congressional Times" it called itself ... in New York Times style font.

    The Third Avenue

  • My grandson was born last week in large hospital in the "Avenues" in San Francisco, which provides wonderful medical care.

    Making the Ultimate Sacrifice for Health Care Reform

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