Big Apple


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the Big Apple

A nickname for Manhattan, the exact origin of which is debated. I'm so excited for our trip to the Big Apple because we're going to a Broadway show!
See also: apple, big

Big Apple

New York City. We spent the weekend in the Big Apple.
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A spokesman for WBC also insisted there was no public health risk, saying: "We are satisfied that there was no evidence to suggest that the condom found in Big Apple was used and therefore presented no public health risk."
Later, when Dunne saw a Facebook post which stated Grandma the clown was back with the Big Apple Circus, she decided to approach the company one more time.
Big Apple Portraits' Real Bearded Santa Sessions are filled with fun and laughter.
Big Apple New York achieved a world first last week
According to CBS News, Big Apple Pizza's overall rating took a dive with new comments, with people awarding 1 star out of 5.
The integrated campaign has been launched to promote the department store's launch of its 'New York, New York' collection in Dubai and includes a 15-second 'King Kong' cinema spot, as well as a print, poster and an out-of-home series called 'Don't miss the Big Apple'.
The term "THE BIG APPLE" was coined by touring jazz musicians of the 1930s who used the slang expression "apple" for any town or city.
New York's critically-acclaimed Big Apple Circus made its Middle East debut at the ongoing Summer in Abu Dhabi fest.
The firm, Big Apple Testing, filed suit in January after DOB refused to reinstate its license, claiming the firm previously continued to operate after its license had expired Sept.
The hype surrounding the new film has led to an increase in parties of UK women choosing the Big Apple as their first port of call on American holidays, a survey by travelocity.co.uk found.
NEW YORK CITY: If it's winter and the little big top can be seen rising above the trees of Damrosch Park in New York, the Big Apple Circus has surely come to town.
As chance would have it, her daughter's roommate Maline is from New York and offers to house Gwynn during her stay in the Big Apple. Theophilius Stellaki is Maline's father and is a cranky professor, but being a proper gentleman, offers to accompany Gwynn to the lighting ceremony.
As flights and hotel rooms in the Big Apple are snapped up fast, the Post Office is urging tourists to try rival cities.
Industry executives and leaders took a break during their workday to honor the New York Design Center's 80th anniversary, and also to gain some insight into the future of the industry, during the International Furnishings and Design Association's New York Chapter's Big Apple Award Luncheon at the Union League Club earlier this month.
This one's got an ode to street skating in the Big Apple, a review of a ledge in Bercy, France that might just be the best ledge in the world (according to Colin), coverage of the End of the Line party for Thrasher's King of the Road, an interview with some Euro guy named Soy Panday that's more than a little random, an interview with Dan Pensyl, some video and music reviews, and coverage of the Back to the Banks jam in Brooklyn.