parking-garage love


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  • n. Attributive form of parking garage


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  • The man, who was identified as Vangelis Kapatos, landed on his back and was found semiconscious by officers responding to a 911 call from a parking-garage attendant who witnessed the fall in front of a building on West 45th Street in Hell's Kitchen.

    Man Survives Apparent Suicide Jump

  • For 25 years, Mr. Arthur has been the man about The Regency, the once-poor Ghanian immigrant who'd gone from parking-garage attendant to closest confidante of the late billionaire owner Bob Tisch.

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  • One is examining parking-garage use in Manhattan's core, possibly leading to an overhaul of the process by which real-estate developers get permits to build garages.

    Parking Industry Feels Under Attack

  • The discussions come at an anxious time for the city's parking-garage owners, who have already seen rates paid by parking customers plummet.

    Parking Industry Feels Under Attack

  • Garages, however, can last up to 50 years without any major construction, says Mary Smith, a senior vice president at Walker Parking Consultants, one of the major parking-garage developers in the world.

    The World's Largest Parking Lots

  • Maybe one night in a bar, after downing one too many shots, Rooney strikes up a conversation with another fellow, a man who has spent the past twenty years working as a parking-garage attendant.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • Wheels squealed as a black Chevy van wound up and around the helix of the parking-garage ramp.

    The 5th Horseman

  • I thanked Conklin and asked him to collect the parking-garage tickets and the surveillance tapes.

    The 5th Horseman

  • - Alexandra Wolfe Abe's Other List What do you get when you put a rabbi, a Troma actress and a recently paroled parking-garage magnate in a room together?

    Kissing Sister Eileen

  • Ten stories below his feet, two black parking-garage attendants loitered outside the mouth of the garage, one seated on an aluminum chair, carrying on a joshing conversation that, for all the sound that rose to Dan Kellogg, might have been under a roof of plate glass or in a silent movie.

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