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Synonyms for Stuyvesant

the last Dutch colonial administrator of New Netherland

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In Stuyvesant Bound, she endeavors to show him as she wants to believe he really was and not bound by the trappings of modernity that have crept in to our own worldviews, but very much bound to his own particular, perhaps unrecoverable past.
Editor's Note: Israel News Faxx editor Don Canaan is a Stuyvesant graduate).
Imperial Tobacco claimed that the new striptease style labels that show the old labels being ripped off to reveal plain packaging were essentially "a mechanism to provide factual information about upcoming legislative changes to adult consumers of the Peter Stuyvesant brand of cigarettes.
Going out started in a classroom on the top floor of Stuyvesant High School--the 10th floor, a mere four blocks from the first of the World Trade Center towers struck by terrorists.
Irish, German, Scottish, Dutch, and a sizable community of people of African descent, who labored in King County's downtown business and commercial districts that centered on the waterfront, made their home in the towns of Bedford and Stuyvesant Heights.
4 billion to buy Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village from MetLife, New York.
Piercing even the raging wind of Hurricane Katrina at her peak, a 10-second blast from the emergency whistle on the dredge Stuyvesant on Monday told deckhand Adam Bacon that things were taking a turn for the worse.
However, the gradual breakdown of law and order saw the government in Holland send over a new director-general by the name of Peter Stuyvesant to oversee the colony.
One of the highlights of Monk's notebook, which he kept at Manhattan's Stuyvesant High, was a three-paragraph entry from Feb.
My flint experience with GLSEN was during my freshman year at Stuyvesant High School in New York City.
Stuyvesant High, one of New York City's elite exam schools, enjoys an ultramodern building, influential alumni, and the city's brightest students, If only it could also escape the corrosive rules of the teachers' contract.
In this book she uses Manhattan's seldom discussed large planned neighbourhood, Stuyvesant Town, as the controlling, or containing, situation of her memoir of childhood and adolescence.
Seven public schools located just blocks from the World Trade Center disaster area were evacuated and temporarily relocated, including Stuyvesant High School and Special Education School.
From a memo distributed in October by the administration of Stuyvesant High School in New York City to students, staff, and faculty.