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  • In Crotona Park in the Bronx, Sulie Torres said she has lived near the park for years and in recent years has taken family there to picnic, bike and enjoy the manicured paths.

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  • Around her neighborhood in the Crotona Park section of the Bronx, 3-year-old India Durant was known as "The Bus Stop Baby."

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  • The three agreed, and we drove to my apartment in the Murphy Houses off Crotona to grab some albums.

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  • The three agreed, and we drove to my apartment in the Murphy Houses off Crotona to grab some albums.

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  • For a long time affairs at Crotona ran along in this manner and

    Satyricon

  • Wanderers as we were, we had no idea what town it could be, until we learned from a caretaker that it was Crotona, a very ancient city, and once the first in Italy.

    Satyricon

  • Crotona sent to them, and said that they could not allow the army to march through their country.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • When Eumolpus had, with great volubility, poured out this flood of words, we came at last to Crotona.

    Satyricon

  • Demosthenes and Eurymedon, when the Thurians had been prevailed upon to help them, and had furnished seven hundred hoplites and three hundred javelin-men, commanded the ships to sail towards the territory of Crotona, and themselves, after holding a review of all their infantry at the river Sybaris, led them through the territory of Thurii.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Crotona, when he found his hands fast in the oak which he himself had cleft, was not more furious than Lucien.

    A Distinguished Provincial at Paris

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