- . a borough of New York City, on the mainland, separated from Manhattan by the Harlem
River. Pop: 1 363 198 (2003 est)
Example Sentences Including 'the Bronx'
A black belt in karate, she also taught self-defence to women twice a month at a community centre in the Bronx.
According to reports, the singer/ actress has set-up a salsa dancing school in the Bronx , the New York district where she grew up.
Bancroft's co-star was a 13-year old Italian kid from the Bronx , playing an aspiring young matador.
But even Yogi was spotted heading for the exits in the Bronx with two innings still remaining.
Belfast Telegraph (2004)
I once saw a fist fight as we were driving through the Bronx , from my privileged position in the rear seat of a Cadillac.
A Season in Hell
Kubrick, a doctor's son, was born in the Bronx in 1928. A solitary youth, he spent much of his free time at the movies.
Newman grew up in the Bronx in the 1910s, the son of a Jewish hustler in the rag trade.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
These days, he looked as though he'd regard a drive through the Bronx as a dangerous detour to the Third World.
Twins left-hander Johan Santana starts against the Yankees this afternoon, which is not the same as the Bronx Zoo at night.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
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