Big Apple


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Big Apple

nickname for New York City. [Am. Folklore: Misc.]
See: Apple
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The Big Apple was shaken to its core when a Ford Fiesta ploughed into it in August 2009, causing extensive damage.
Out of them an oil tanker Pike sailed out to sea on Friday morning and five more ships including Ikan Pulas, Big Apple, MOL Courage, Cevdey-A and Giant Causeway are expected to sail on the same day in the afternoon and container vessel maersk Betonville is expected to sail at night hours.
In response to Ms Gardner's concerns, the Big Apple has insisted the condom was not a risk to children's safety and was left at the centre by teenagers.
Barry Lubin, who played Grandma the clown in the circus, resigned Friday after Zoey Dunne, then known as Zoey Philips, who worked as a former aerialist at the circus, wrote a letter to Big Apple Circus, accusing the famed performer of sexual abuse, Big Apple Circus' chairman Neil Kahanovitz said Tuesday.
Big Apple said the combination with Jensyn provides it with the public visibility to continue to grow and expand its customer base.
Big City, Big Apple, Big Success By Faith Benjamin and Mia Bennett
In related news, Iraqi star Majed Al Mohandis won the Big Apple Music Award for "Best Arab Artist 2016."
His full white beard is a little bit of magic to help kids continue to believe." -Kim Brooks, owner Big Apple Portraits
Picture: Getty Images It's getting hot in sheer HUNGER Games beauty Jennifer Lawrence left little to the imagination as she went for a night out in the Big Apple.
Big Apple Circus Clown Care[R] brings the joy and wonder of classical circus to hospitalized children at 15 leading pediatric facilities across the United States.
"Cooper and the Big Apple" is a creative collaborative artistic triumph of a children's book by a mother daughter team.
Aloft's 'Text it Get it' (TiGi) is being piloted at the trendy Big Apple hotel before being rolled out at the chain's 100 sites in the US, Europe and Asia.