He grew up outside Boston in rural New England, adopted by white parents, and was one of the only brown-skinned kids in the area.
Yes, I just gave a speech in New England the other day, and just one person out of 200 had ever heard of New Harmony, Indiana.
Still, New England might be a good place to look for some tips.
The bariatric approach was shown effective in two New England Journal of Medicine articles earlier this year (here and here).
On the final day of the campaign, a dreary New England day, the two candidates seemed to switch strategies.
Nowhere is conscience so dominant and all-absorbing as with New England women.
It was that principle that was the real kernel of the New England dream in this country.
To me it was really entertaining; I had never been in the depths of New England at that season.
Such was the rule in New England until the end of the seventeenth century.
New France was colonized by a government, New England by a people.
1616, named by Capt. John Smith. As an adjective, New English (1630s) is older than New Englandish (1863).