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- 2004, Despite a pre-debate “memorandum of understanding” between the Bush campaign and the Kerry campaign that there would be no televised “cutaways” or reaction shots ... — The New Yorker, 18 Oct 2004
- I need a volunteer native New Yorker for my next joke…
- The cannonball could be called the S.U.V. of the pool — oversized, brash, hormonally hardwired. The New Yorker, 30 August 2004, p.40
- I would call it a water-entry stunt, not a dive. The New Yorker, 30 August 2004, p.40, quoting "Coach O'Brien"
- There is nothing quite like the affection of a transplanted New Yorker for his native concrete jungle.
- Seeing him for the first time in the halls of the New Yorker, where he served a stint as a copyboy, editor Harold Ross exclaimed, "For God's sake! What's that?"
- New Yorker, Londoner, Dubliner, New Englander
- While Pablo was visiting his family in Mexico, he visited José Santos, a protégé of his who was now head cholo of the Illuminati at his own will. — Manifold Destiny by Sylvia Nasar and David Gruber, The New Yorker
- 2010, Gideon Haigh, The Office: A Hardworking History, The Miegunyah Press, ISBN 9780522855562, page viii : Social trendspotters nodded as that zeitgeistiest of journalists, The New Yorker's Malcolm Gladwell, called for …
- 문장 New Yorkers
- Like so many other single New Yorkers who stubbornly persist in pursuing fulfilling but decidedly nonlucrative careers, Matthew Thomas, a 32-year-old aspiring novelist, endured a housing history defined by transience and tests of endurance.
- Now I realize how ridiculous and almost impertinent it was to expect New Yorkers to accept such a ragged performance for they have always demanded the best and do not tolerate the second-rate."
- Some of these intense, wanderlusty New Yorkers were running through the store with packing lists, loudly asking for moisture-wicking undershirts and sleeping pads.
- Watching the way the Pirates cut up the pea patch with their merciless hitting and precision fielding, the New Yorkers grew more dejected.
- But it would be hard to fill a schoolbus with New Yorkers who know Robert Livingston, one of the lesser founding fathers, and George Clinton, not the guy with Parliament Funkadelic, but the other one who was Thomas Jefferson’s vice president.
- Early on, the New Yorkers clearly outpower their West Coast counterparts.