Bronx


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Bronx

 (brŏngks)
A borough of New York City in southeast New York on the mainland north of Manhattan. The Bronx was first settled by Jonas Bronck (died c. 1643), a Dane in the service of the Dutch West India Company, and became part of New York City in 1898.

Bronx

(brɒŋks)
n
(Placename) the Bronx a borough of New York City, on the mainland, separated from Manhattan by the Harlem River. Pop: 1 363 198 (2003 est)

Bronx

(brɒŋks)

n.
the, a borough of New York City, N of Manhattan. 1,168,972; 43.4 sq. mi. (112 sq. km).
Bronx′ite, n.
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Noun1.Bronx - a borough of New York CityBronx - a borough of New York City    
Greater New York, New York, New York City - the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center
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Now this very day you've got to buy a couple of suitcases, hire a taxicab, go sailing up to the front door of the Bronx Hotel like good pay and be damned.
The Bronx is the hotel for you--fine-soundin' name, ain't it?
Right bravely the Ancient Mariner drove to the Bronx in a taxi, registered his "Charles Stough Greenleaf" in an old-fashioned hand, and took up anew the activities which for years had kept him free of the poor-farm.
We've bought a cottage in the Bronx with the money," said he.
The Bronx Brewery opened a facility in August 2014 in a former ironworks factory in the Port Morris neighborhood and produced roughly 6,000 barrels in 2014.
With an environmentally-friendly design, the new facility will provide exciting new public amenities, adding to the continuous greenway built along the Bronx River.
Bronx Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center's staff is extremely excited about having received this status and look forward to more positive developments at the facility this year.
Bronx Tourism Council, a US-based agency dedicated to increasing tourism for the Bronx area in New York, has announced a Bronx SalsaFest from July 7 to 10, 2011.
With three major retail projects in the Bronx either completed or in the pipeline, Related Retail and Glen Goldstein, the company's president, appear to be poised to get in on the action in the Bronx once again.
Simon, with Gaia Institute founder Paul Mankiewicz, pushed the Bronx project to completion in June 2005.
Our relationship with Bronx Manufacturing is also important to the deal which relies on mutual trust and a respect for one another's specific areas of expertise.