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It was first popularized in the s by John J. Its popularity since the s is due in part to a promotional campaign by the New York tourist authorities. Although the history of Big Apple was once thought a mystery,  a clearer picture of the term's history has emerged due to the work of amateur etymologist Barry Popik and Gerald Cohen of Life In The Big Apple - Various - Let There Be No Ill Will University of Science and Technology.
Martin writes:. Kansas is apt to see in New York a greedy city It inclines to think Hip Hop Är Skräp - Pluton Svea - Genom Kamp Till Seger the big apple gets a disproportionate share of the national sap. William Safire considered this the coinage, but the Random House Dictionary of American Slang has described the usage as "metaphorical or perhaps proverbial, rather than a concrete example of the later slang term".
The earliest of these was a casual reference on 3 May Smith, with Tippity Witchet and others of the L. Bauer string, is scheduled to start for "the big apple" to-morrow after a most prosperous Spring campaign at Bowie and Havre de Grace.
Fitz Gerald referred to the "big apple" frequently thereafter. The Big Apple. The dream of every lad that ever threw a Based On A True Story (Part I) - Trick Daddy - Based On A True Story over a thoroughbred and the goal of all horsemen.
There's only one Big Apple. That's New York. I trust your trip to 'the big apple' New York was a huge success and only wish that I had been able to make it with you. Tucker Life In The Big Apple - Various - Let There Be No Ill Will also earlier used "big apple" as a reference to Los Angeles. It is possible that he simply understood "big apple" as a nickname for any large city:. By the late s, New York writers other than Fitz Gerald were starting to use "Big Apple" and were using it in contexts other than horse-racing.
Walter Winchell and other writers continued to use the term in the s and s,  but by the s it had generally come to be known as an old name for New York. Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani in signed legislation designating as "Big Apple Corner" the southwest corner of West 54th Street and Broadway, the corner on which John J.
Fitz Gerald lived from to Today the name enjoys exclusive ubiquity in literature and speech referring to New York City, and is used with regularity by journalists and news-headline writers across the English-speaking world. In EvitaBuenos Aires is referred to as "B.
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It has become a symbol of the Mets baseball team, recognized throughout Major League Baseball  as Life In The Big Apple - Various - Let There Be No Ill Will iconic feature of the Mets' stadiums. Citi Field now uses a new apple, one that is much larger than original.
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