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  • The best food neighborhood in New York, or possibly the world, can be found in midtown, home of the city's most exalted restaurants, cheek-by-jowl to one another.

    Midtown Restaurants In NYC: 12 Picks (PHOTOS)

  • Winson Green, where white working-class families live cheek-by-jowl with immigrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Poland in cramped red-brick Victorian terraces, has always been relatively peaceful, residents say.

    Riots Stoke British Ethnic Tensions

  • Another is the chance to see Bellotto's paintings cheek-by-jowl with his more famous uncle's.

    The Venice of Our Dreams

  • The best food neighborhood in New York, or possibly the world, can be found in midtown, home of the city's most exalted restaurants, cheek-by-jowl to one another.

    Midtown Restaurants In NYC: 12 Picks (PHOTOS)

  • Yet the point I am making is that this experience, terrible as it was, could not in the end deter me from forming John Barleycorn's cheek-by-jowl acquaintance.

    Chapter 4

  • Sparkling turns of phrase cheek-by-jowl* with deliberately bad writing.

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  • Seeing this statue in two different ways, almost cheek-by-jowl, expands our understanding of the magic exuded by this amazing composition.

    Sometimes Two Is Better Than One

  • Seeing this statue in two different ways, almost cheek-by-jowl, expands our understanding of the magic exuded by this amazing composition.

    Sometimes Two Is Better Than One

  • There, employees at the growing company had worked cheek-by-jowl, even in bedrooms and the kitchen.

    The Perk Bubble Is Growing as Tech Booms Again

  • Living cheek-by-jowl in a huge city has made me intolerant of others to an almost misanthropic level.

    Problem solved

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