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  • noun Plural form of New Yorker.

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Examples

  • Albany — Both John Faso and Eliot Spitzer are proposing billions of dollars worth of tax cuts if they are elected governor, calling New Yorkers overtaxed and economically challenged. link This being New York, there'll be no tax cuts no matter who wins.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • New York's senator, Charles Schumer, called New Yorkers "a calm breed" and I can tell you as an avid subway rider, Soledad, and you know this, as well, that the subway is one of the most efficient and one of the most economical ways to get from Point A to Point B.

    CNN Transcript Oct 7, 2005

  • Barbara Bush, 29, who lives in New York where gay marriage is not legal, made an online advertisement for gay advocacy group the Human Rights Campaign for their promotion called New Yorkers for Marriage Equality, released late on Monday.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "But the strongest steel of New York has always been in the spines of its people," Clinton said, calling New Yorkers "strivers and seekers, immigrants from every country, speakers of every language."

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  • "But the strongest steel of New York has always been in the spines of its people," Clinton said, calling New Yorkers "strivers and seekers, immigrants from every country, speakers of every language."

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  • In the case of his upcoming New York engagement, a spy-versus-spy situation has emerged: a group called New Yorkers Against David Irving is attempting to infiltrate the lecture; Irving, in turn, said that two of his followers were present at the protest organization's planning meeting last night.

    Tablet Magazine

  • Nevertheless, Mrs. Sam Wyndham held a position in Boston which Boston acknowledged, and which Boston insisted that foreigners such as New Yorkers, Philadelphians and the like, should acknowledge also in that spirit of reverence which is justly due to a descent on both sides from several signers of the Declaration of Independence, and to the wife of one of the ruling financial spirits of the aristocratic part of Boston business.

    An American Politician

  • After a few days in New York a crazy thing happened .... we started to become "New Yorkers"!!

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  • Today a different Governor Cuomo champions a budget that decimates education in the state, squeezes the poorest and weakest New Yorkers, and gives tax breaks to the rich.

    Alan Singer: If I Could Ask Andrew Cuomo a Question

  • He connected the passage to the economic reality in New York, where New Yorkers are working slave labors, and God continues to watch the unjust decisions and policies of city leadership today.

    Rev. Peter Goodwin Heltzel, Ph.D.: Now Is the Time! Clergy Call New York City Council to Pass a Living Wage Law

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