Long Island

  1. an island in southeastern New York; Brooklyn and Queens are on its western end
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  • Now physicists say they have used one of the most sophisticated pieces of string theory to predict properties of the ultradense matter created in an atom smasher in Long Island, N.Y. Speedlinking 3/5/07
  • The Long Island state assemblywoman complained, 'I don't know where we're going to find it without raising taxes.'
  • The elder of two sons of two Bronx schoolteachers, Steven grew up on Long Island.
  • With the leaving of the cars, East Hampton transformed from the rarified vacationland it had been, to just another lonely and desolate, Long Island small town. Jack Hannibal: Running on Clouds
  • He immigrated with his parents in 1895, and grew up in Long Island.
  • Many Long Islanders have used the locavore philosophy to inspire flexibility and freedom in creating their Thanksgiving menu.
  • THE SUN'S SUNK behind the row of trees and clapboard cottages on the shore, past the reef and its traffic — fishermen and jetskiers heading back to houses and bars — past where the Connecticut River dumps its brackish load into Long Island Sound. Monkeytown prologue/chapter first
  • As a boy growing up on Long Island he had greeted news of hurricanes by going up to the attic to sit with an anemometer, and built his own telescope in order to gasp at the planets it revealed.
  • Take the case of a deal between a special servicer and the owner of a pair of distressed three-story suburban office buildings on Long Island, N.Y., known as the Fountains at Lake Success. Loan Wrangling on the Rise
  • Sitting in the driveway of his new house on Long Island, he watched the movers carry a large dresser from the truck inside the house.
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