- Peter,1592–1672, Dutch colonial administrator in the Americas: last governor of New Netherlands 1646–64.
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Examples from the Web for stuyvesant
Imagine a conversation that goes: “Mommy, why did they start bringing in things beyond the test to decide who goes to Stuyvesant?”Standardized Tests Aren’t Racist: How Brown Kids Can Ace the Test to Get Into New York’s Stuyvesant
June 27, 2014
The Stuyvesant High School for Shy Nerds, The Oberlin Academy for Self-Expression, and Huntah College for Everybody.Gary Shteyngart: How I Write
December 26, 2012
Jason Lopez, 34, has lived in Stuyvesant Town for three years.
Michelle Roth, who has lived in Stuyvesant Town for a year and a half, wandered down with friends.
This video captures rivers flowing through the residential community of Stuyvesant Town, nearly drowning parked cars.Seven Shocking New York City Flooding Videos
October 30, 2012
Stuyvesant did not go broke, and Frances sailed on the first of June.
Stuyvesant was agreeable enough, and so I came on to New York.
So was Stuyvesant; but there was nothing remarkable about that.
She had made him feel that money––the kind of money Stuyvesant stood for––was nonsense.
The Anstices' house stood on the sunny side of Stuyvesant Square.Flint
Maud Wilder Goodwin
- Peter. ?1610–72, Dutch colonial administrator of New Netherland (later New York) (1646–64)
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