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NOUN   a New Yorker | New Yorkers
New Yorker {noun}нюйоркчанин {м}
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Translation for 'New Yorker' from English to Bulgarian

New Yorker {noun}
нюйоркчанин {м}
Usage Examples English
  • Hundreds of his stories, reviews, and poems appeared in "The New Yorker" starting in 1954.
  • Calvino was particularly impressed by the "New World": "Naturally I visited the South and also California, but I always felt a New Yorker.
  • Keillor has attributed the idea for the live Saturday night radio program to his 1973 assignment to write about the Grand Ole Opry for "The New Yorker", but he had already begun showcasing local musicians on the morning show, despite limited studio space.
  • "The New Yorker" said in April 2011 (before the publication of "A Dance with Dragons") that more than 15 million "A Song of Ice and Fire" books had been sold worldwide, a figure repeated by "The Globe and Mail" in July 2011.
  • An annual "It's a Wonderful Life" celebration that Capra attended in 1981, during which he said, "This is one of the proudest moments of my life," was recounted in "The New Yorker".
  • On the B-side to the group's first single, Johnson explained that the group's name derived from a page from "The New Yorker" magazine, showing the headline "Frankie Goes Hollywood" and a picture of Frank Sinatra, although the magazine page Johnson referred to was actually a pop art poster by Guy Peellaert featuring a newspaper headline above an image of a young Sinatra being mobbed by his fans.
  • Yerrington and Outland equated East Coast Swing to the New Yorker in 1961.
  • Some of Parker's most popular work was published in "The New Yorker" in the form of acerbic book reviews under the byline "Constant Reader".
  • "The New Yorker" magazine is a major publication that continues to use the diaeresis in place of a hyphen for clarity and economy of space.
  • Maude Campbell of "Popular Mechanics" writes that the Baron is "one of the most evil characters ever put to paper (including Darth Vader)", and Jon Michaud of "The New Yorker" compares "Herbert's scheming, backstabbing villain, the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen" to the villainous Lannister family of George R.
  • which "wins many a New Yorker's vote for the city's most iconic and beloved skyscraper".
  • That same year the "New Yorker's" profile on him was so long that it ran in consecutive issues.
  • Hesser lives in Brooklyn Heights with her husband, Tad Friend, a staff writer for "The New Yorker", and their two children.
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