City of Brotherly Love

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Nutter and other dignitaries will welcome the first flight to the city of Brotherly Love after it arrives at Philadelphia International Airport about 5 p.
Antislavery and abolition in Philadelphia; emancipation and the long struggle for racial justice in the City of Brotherly love.
Nearly 50 members of TEI's Philadelphia Chapter met just outside the City of Brotherly Love March 21 for the chapter's annual Corporate Tax Management Seminar.
The City of Brotherly Love, however, was the center of abolitionist fervor and a leader in legislating against slavery.
30am TONIGHT'S NFL takes place in possibly the most apt place there is for some gridiron action, Philadelphia, otherwise known as The City of Brotherly Love, writes Michael Brear.
Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors enjoy the sites in the City of Brotherly Love.
Outlining foot routes through the city that maximize training or fitness, points of interest, running clubs of the area, and annual races, "Philadelphia" is a choice pick for the walking enthusiast in the city of brotherly love.
As per sources, Davis met Rodriguez in June of 2006 in a gym in Philadelphia, shortly after she opened a branch of her call-girl service in the City of Brotherly Love.
Philadelphia has been called "the city of brotherly love (and sisterly affection)" for good reason.
The issue is whether the City of Brotherly Love is liable for millions in overtime backpay to more than 300 Of its fire service paramedics, who've made a collective claim against the city.
Drivers in the City of Brotherly Love can expect an accident every 6.
With 25 percent of Old City 205's units already reserved, the City of Brotherly Love is decidedly embracing the entrance of modern residences into its neighborhoods.
And yet the pace of decline in the City of Brotherly Love was slower than it was in the United States generally.
Success in the City of Brotherly Love, where the weather and the welcome from the hostile home fans will be equally chilly, would put coach Dan Reeves' team within one win of the Super Bowl.
Sometimes called the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia can hardly apply that moniker to its woeful school system and treacherous politics.