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61. Curse of the Bambino: A curse that supposedly prevented the Boston Red Sox from winning a World Series after 1918, the year before they s...  
62. Largest Subway System in the World: NYC has the largest subway system in the world, operating underground since 1904.  
63. Babe, The: Nickname for New York Yankee baseball legend, George Herman Ruth. The Babe is also the name of a movie about Ruth's...  
64. Dead Cat Bounce: A term used commonly by Wall Street types for when a stock plummets and then gets a slight bounce the next day in a...  
65. Snuff: A New York street word that means 'to punch'.  
66. Schtupp: A Yiddish (or Yinglish) verb meaning to have sex, or more vulgar equivalents. It comes from a Yiddish word meaning ...  
67. Wisconsin Mafia: The term used on Wall Street to identify graduates of the Applied Securities Analysis Program of UW-Madison.  
68. High Line, The: The old elevated freight train tracks that run up the west side of Manhattan have now been turned into a public cit...
69. United States Capital: A often forgotten piece of American history, New York City was the capital of the United States from 1789 to 1790.  
70. Watchtower, The: The Watchtower is the headquarters of the Jehovah's Witnesses in Brooklyn.
71. Manhattan Bridge: A handsome suspension bridge that connects Brooklyn and Manhattan.
72. Underwood Park: A cute little Brooklyn park between Lafayette and Washington Avenues that is comprised mostly of children's jungle ...
73. Hill, The: The Hill is a Brooklyn nickname for the Clinton Hill District, an historic neighborhood with gorgeous red brick and...  
74. Clinton Hill Historic District: Commonly referred to as "The Hill" by local Brooklyn resdients, the Clinton Hill Historic District is a neat neighb...  
75. Launching Pad: After giving up a record number of homers in its first series, people starting calling the new Yankee Stadium the "...  
 
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