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It's amazing to read that Bostonians are still being cited for seatbelt or car seat violations," said Sheehan.
The Boston Bruins Parade was a sunny, joyous, but peaceful occasion for delighted Bostonian during the day on Saturday.
1774: Bostonians ignore British order to pay for damaged tea; British ships blockade Boston's port.
Chapters consider the novels and how they related to and displayed feminist activism, discussing selected major works from Henry James' The Bostonians to Marjorie Shuler's For Rent--One Pedestal.
Fall 2006 catalogues reveal such varied regional subjects as a biography of the "steel driving" man John Henry, and a documentary survey titled The Other Black Bostonians, about West Indians in 19th-century Boston.
In addition to the new nonstop service, JetBlue also offers Bostonians two flights to Nassau, The Bahamas that connect via JFK.
While everyone is familiar with Merchant Ivory Productions' meticulous adaptations of classic English and American novels, such as The Bostonians (1984), A Room With a View (1985), and The Remains of the Day (1993), and while early Merchant-Ivory films like Shakespeare Wallah (1965) and The Guru (1969) have rightly developed their own cult following, hardly anyone seems to be aware of the extent to which Merchant Ivory Productions' forty-six films show evidence of Merchant's creative input, nor of the fact that he occasionally directed as well as produced.
Bostonians in 1920, alas, weren't quite as sharp when it came to separating opportunity from swindle.
Then there was Johnny Damon, whose long hair and beard have prompted irreverent Bostonians to refer to him as "Jesus.
Titles include The Householder, Bombay Talkie, Savages, Heat And Dust, The Bostonians, Howards End and many more.
He has read widely in the primary sources produced at mid-century by middle-class Bostonians.
A recent multi-city survey conducted by the polling company indicated that 43% of Atlantans, 46% of Bostonians, 51% of Chicagoans and 52% of Denverites think St.
and it was spurred by a 1998 CLF lawsuit--as well as by pressure from community groups--aimed at forcing the state to mitigate environmental impacts of the Central Artery Project by providing Bostonians with improved public transit facilities.
Given all that, it's not surprising that Sean O'Neill, MTA's spokesman, was somewhat defensive when he led a tour for 12 interested Bostonians last summer.