Definitions for bronxbrɒŋks
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a borough of New York City
A borough of New York City.
Origin: Originally Bronck's Land after (1600–1643).
The numerical value of bronx in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of bronx in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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The South Bronx is considered a food desert, where bodegas (corner stores), that offer mostly cheap and poor quality food, are abundant.
While it is clearly a significant outbreak in the Bronx, this is a state-wide issue and the Governor is monitoring Legionnaire’s statewide.
A Bronx jury has sent a clear message that a uniform and a badge does not absolve anyone from committing a crime, and that even a criminal behind bars deserves to be treated like a human being.
When I was raised in the South Bronx as a little girl, I watched an awful lot of television, and it was a big influence on my life, i saw this black and white world, and I used to wonder where I would fit in this world that didn't seem to see me, so I think it's really interesting that I grew up to be sort of what I needed to see on television.
It’s unfortunate that we have to get to a crisis before we put in the resources, when you have a primetime presidential debate about heroin, and drugs, and treatment, and intervention, we realize people want to shift the debate into ‘What can we do different?’ This is affecting everyone from rural communities in Montana to communities in the south Bronx.
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