Great Neck


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Great Neck,

village (1990 pop. 8,745), Nassau co., SE N.Y., on the north shore of Long Island, a primarily residential suburb of New York City; settled c.1634, inc. 1921. It has diverse light and high-technology industries. The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy is in nearby Kings Point. F. Scott FitzgeraldFitzgerald, F. Scott
(Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald), 1896–1940, American novelist and short-story writer, b. St. Paul, Minn. He is ranked among the great American writers of the 20th cent.
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 lived in Great Neck and based The Great Gatsby on the area.
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It was with evident reluctance that the great beast turned to leave me in compliance with my command, and ere he had gone I could not resist the inclination to throw my arms about his great neck in a parting hug.
Then Little Toomai laid himself down close to the great neck lest a swinging bough should sweep him to the ground, and he wished that he were back in the lines again.
His great neck hung heavily backwards and a deep sleep took hold upon him.
Then, with a low growl he leaped upon the ape and buried his fangs in the other's hairy shoulder, clutching the great neck in his mighty fingers.
A -store retail strip in Great Neck has sold for $4.
Notes: A mandatory pre bid-meeting will be held at 9:00 AM on January 21, 2016 at the North High School, 35 Polo Road, Great Neck, NY 11023.
Mangano announced that the Nassau Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved an economic compact that will assist in the creation of a high technology business incubator in downtown Great Neck Plaza.
where she learned to skate and practiced as a child, renamed for her, the Great Neck Park Commission has ruled.
Great Neck's Deputy Mayor, Ted Rosen, as well as the Great Neck Chamber of Commerce will participate in the ceremony.
In this popular history, Judith Goldstein traces the development of Great Neck, New York, through an intimate look at the personalities and problems that shaped this suburban enclave.
During the 1920s, Great Neck was home to new celebrity writers, journalists, and Broadway and Hollywood stars.
Newspaper advertising doesn't get attention anymore," says Raices, president of Turn Key Real Estate in Great Neck, New York He decided to forgo traditional media in favor of a digital window, which is a high-tech advertising alternative developed by Powerful Impact Media, a company owned by Mack Burnett III.