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New York City Essay Examples

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A Review of Some of My Recommendations When Visiting the City of New York
New York is probably one of the most interesting cities in the world. It has something to offer to everybody. If you are looking for culture you make the right choice visiting one of the hundreds great museums in the city. If you want night-life: you are probably right in one of the famous clubs and discotheques of the cit...
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The Life Stories of Many New Yorkers
The life stories of many today s New Yorkers are amazingly similar and different at the same time. For those of us who can call New York our new home, the choice to move to this city has certainly been one of the most important decisions of our lives. Whether or not we came from fifty or five thousand miles away, the hopes...
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Muddy Cup and the Dominican Republic
I read one story on Muddy Cup, where I learned both why Javier loves his native land, the Dominican Republic, and why he is glad to be in New York City. This story reminds me of my own story, and what happened to me when I came to this country from Dominican Republic. In the following paragraph, I will explain how my beginn...
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Fraud in the New York Police Department
In the past decade, the New York Police Department have been deliberately known for planting narcotics such as marijuana and cocaine on innocent civilians in ghetto neighborhoods of New York. Time and again, this situation up rises when police officers of the NYPD drive around low-income neighborhoods and stereotype random...
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Reflection on Trip to New York City
For my 16th birthday I decided not to go through the hassle of throwing a large party. Instead, I decided to hang out with a few close friends. At least that was the plan, until one afternoon during some free time in my astronomy class, when I decided to randomly check my personal email. At first I expected just mail and ot...
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Summary of Recent Economy of New York City
Coming back from a cash shortage in the 1970’s, New York City makes ’s way to being a popular and well-known city all around the United States and even in the world. Visitors from all over come in to see what the city has to show for itself. New York is now announced to be the most populated city in the United States with h...
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A Description of the New York City Police Memorial and Monuments
Throughout Battery Park, in downtown New York City, the sculpture I found to be most intriguing is the New York City Police Memorial, by Stuart B. Crawford. Memorials and monuments create solid, deeper meaning to the public. This is because memorials contain certain information, which is clear to the viewers. This New York...
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Overview of the State and the City of New York and Its Landmarks
NEW YORK When you hear the name New York most people think of the city, skyscrapers and the statue of liberty but N.Y. is also a state. THE STATE: The state N. Y. is situated in the Northeast of the USA. It has got 127190 squarekilometers and there live about 18 million people. 85 per cent live in N.Y. city. A lot of peop...
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An Analysis of the Growth of New York City Business
Growth of NYS Business April 17, 1996 For a number of reasons, business enterprise in New York grew by leaps and bounds between 1825 and 1860. New York's growth between the years 1825 and 1860 can be attributed to a number of factors. These include but cannot be limited to the construction of the Erie Canal, the...
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A Creative Essay on the Topic of Riding a New York City Subway
A ride in New York City’s subway is one you will never forget, or at least I won’t. As I walk down the terminal looking for my track number, I see the homeless lounging. These less fortunate individuals are trying to stay warm and catch some sleep before they are interrupted by a police officer who kicks them out to ret...
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An Introduction to the Personal Experience of a Trip to New York City
Frazier 1 Kevin Frazier Instructor: Mitchell English 052, Section DKB A Trip to New York City One summer my Aunt Janet invited me to go on a bus trip with her church to Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Radio City Music Hall is theater where musical shows are held, getting to go there would be a new experien...
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Comparing The Daily News and The New York Times
The Daily News vs. The New York Times The Daily News and The New York Times are similar in certain ways because both newspapers are flooded with many advertisements. Both even have advertisements that are full pages. They contain a variety of colored and black and white pictures to develop their articles. Each newspaper...
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Main Tourist Attractions in New York
It is located on the Atlantic Coast on the United States of America. It was first settled in 1625, known as New Amsterdam by the Dutch. It is known as the city that never sleeps. New York City is probably one of the most interesting cities in the world. It has something to offer to everybody. From the moment you land in New...
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An Introduction to the Essay on the Topic of a Story in New York
The Book is set in New York. It is a book about a young girl losing her mother to cancer. The theme is to never let a death in your life ruin the rest. I thought the book was really good. I showed a clear picture of how things can be when someone close to you is very sick, and there's nothing you can do about it. Sarah who...
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The Goals of Take Care New York
Take Care New York (TCNY) is a policy established in 2004 by New York City Government to track and improve the health of New Yorkers as a collective group, community and city. "Take Care New York indentified 10 steps New Yorkers could take to improve their health and set ambitious goals for 2008 in each of the 10 priority a...
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Visit to New York
Most of my friends have a dream to meet New York; this dream came true for me in the last days of my summer. Three friends and I left Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the place that we were working to have a long trip by car to Wesson, Mississippi, for college. Andre, Joao, Henrique and I decided to have a break to meet New York; t...
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A Description of the City of New York in the United States
English Descriptive Essay September 23, 2002 New York City is the place that I want to visit, revisit, and visit again. Out there on the streets, I feel free. When coming from New Jersey to New York City on the New Jersey Transit tTrain, which is grimy but comfortable, it is an experience unlike I have ever felt befo...
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The Early History of the City of New York
NEW YORK - THE EMPIRE STATE New York is in the northeastern United States. It is one of the middle atlantic states. The Dutch built its first settlements. Then,England ruled New York for more than a hundred years. In 1788,New York became one of the orignal 13 states. First I am going to tell you how New York became th...
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A Description of Life in New York City
American civil liberties activist Jerry Ruben once said, "Every person on the streets of New York is a type. The city is one big theater where everyone is on display." I am proud to call New York City my home town. The people, places, and attractions all add to it majesty. Being born in New York City you are in...
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An Introduction to the Life of Dr. Jonas Edward Salk
Dr. Jonas Edward Salk was born on October 28, 1914 in New York City. He laid the structure for our understanding of advanced study of disease and medicine. Jonas Salk was the oldest son in his family. His parents, even though they didn't have any primary education, were determined to make their children succeed in the socie...
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The Facts of an Unsustainable City
What is an unsustainable city? An unsustainable city: Requires continual input of non-renewable resources uses renewable sources faster than the rate of renewal causes cumulative degradation of the environment requires resource in quantities that could never be available FACTS: The population of Mexico City in 1996...
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Solving the Problem with Pollution
The industrial revolution started the intensive use of oil, coal and natural gas. The development of factories, cars, and technological advances marks the start of air pollution. Smog from factories and the release of carbon dioxide from cars began to become detrimental to the environment as well as to health. Ever since, t...
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An Analysis of the Viewers Reaction to Sex and the City
Sex and the City Sex, in all orientations, nudity, lots of it, fine dining, eclectic fashions, physically and financially privileged people, and New York City describes the hit syndicated, Emmy and Golden Globe award winning show, Sex and the City. So, then at this description alone is there a need for contrived messages o...
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A Personal Recount on Visiting Radio City Music Hall in New York City
One summer my Aunt Janet invited me to go on a bus trip with her church to Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Radio City Music Hall is theater where musical shows are held, getting to go there would be a new experience for me. With out knowing the next sound, smell, touch, or taste, the visit to New York City bec...
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A History of the New York City's Development
With the opening of the Erie Canal, New York seemed to realize that it was destined to become a giant, and began to reach out in every direction. By 1828, the Delaware and Hudson Canal gave it access to the rich coalfields of Pennsylvania. In 1832, ground was broken for the New York and Harlem Railroad. The first horse-cars...
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