Harlem River


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Harlem River

A channel in New York City separating the northern end of Manhattan Island from the Bronx. With Spuyten Duyvil Creek it connects the Hudson and East Rivers.
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Noun1.Harlem River - a channel separating Manhattan from the BronxHarlem River - a channel separating Manhattan from the Bronx
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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or the district between Murray Hill Lyceum and the Harlem River, this city.
Port Morris is flanked on two sides by water ways: The East River and the Harlem River.
Tenders are invited for Diving Inspection: FDR and Harlem River Drive Corridor Riverfront Structures Investigation
He built the Harlem River Drive and the West Side Highway.
Yankee Stadium, located right across the Harlem River, opened in 1923.
When the body of an Asian man is seen embedded in the debris and ice of the Harlem River, he is called from his Chinatown precinct to take control of the case, which turns out to be one of murder.
The follow-up album, Harlem River Blues, took him up another notch and the record attracted widespread critical acclaim and his best commercial success up to that point.
Private efforts and New Deal programs such as the Harlem River Houses were never enough to ameliorate the squalid living conditions and attendant health problems of Harlem as a whole.
One carriage smashed into the bank of the Harlem River in New York's Bronx borough.
The dedication of the statue takes place 40 years after Clemente became a member of the Hall of Fame, the same year the riverside park, originally called Harlem River Park, that now bears his name, was built.
Day in the Life 2008, October 7: Genesis and Yahdi, two students from the Young Women's Leadership School in East Harlem, slowly made their way through the muddy waters of the Inwood Park tidal basin, a small inlet of the Harlem River.
The line will then run under the Harlem River before making landfall in Queens, NY It will deliver clean power to meet growing demand in that area, increase the security of the electric grid and reduce energy costs for consumers.