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a borough of New York City

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The film follows the origin story of new Spider-Man Miles Morales, an Afro-Latino Brooklynite who assumes the mantle after Peter Parker is killed in battle.
Lost, leftist Brooklynites, we had crossed the newly built Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and landed in the reddest, most politically right district seemingly within 500 miles of New York City.
Moe, a dyed-in-the-wool Brooklynite, ex-cop, PI and homespun philosopher who has beat stomach cancer, undertakes his final caper when Nancy Lustig, a figure from his very first case, retains him to find her missing daughter Sloane, now renamed Siobhan.
The Brooklynite photographer has worked food into her posts for Steller Stories, Blue Apron and Expedia (which sent her to one of her favorite eating spots, The Lobster Roll in Amagansett, Long Island, N.Y.).
The American comedy drama, which follows bisexual Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) as she transitions from engaged Brooklynite to inmate, after being sent to prison for transporting drug money, has been such a hit that American Pie star Biggs is no longer the only famous name attached.
Engaged Brooklynite Piper Chapman's wild past comes back to haunt her as she is arrested and sent to a federal penitentiary for the 10-year-old crime of transporting money for her then drug-dealing girlfriend.
It's also something I am now ordering when I am away from The Brooklynite, or even after a shift.
And they often have beards as thick and long as a Brooklynite's, which will need plucking.
The Brooklynite was spotted in Bryant Park flaunting a pair of pink and purple striped Paul Smiths that he wore at his wedding.
The Brooklynite was just 13 when a neighbour heard him playing and introduced him to her 16-year-old son, Howard Greenfield, an aspiring poet and lyricist.
Khan outclassed the quick Malignaggi in front of 4,500 fight fans, beating the Brooklynite at his own game.
Writing in The New York Times in 2007, Michael Powell noted that "half a million people were displaced and neighborhoods broken to realize [Moses'] vision." As a native Brooklynite I know this to be true--these communities are still struggling to heal.
Just after we meet, while walking down the street, Rossen is stopped by a goateed Brooklynite. "You're from Grizzly Bear, right?" he asks.
A self-proclaimed "recovering Brooklynite," Annie was born in Georgia and married a New Yorker.