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Bronx,

river, c.20 mi (30 km) long, issuing from Kensico Reservoir, SE N.Y., and flowing SW through the Bronx into the East River. The Bronx River Parkway, one of the first limited-access highways in the New York City area, parallels a portion of the river.
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Bronx

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