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  • a cocktail made with whiskey and sweet vermouth with a dash of bitters
  • A cocktail made of whiskey and vermouth, sometimes with a dash of bitters
  • The Manhattan was a United States ship under Mercator Cooper that made the first authorized visit from U.S. citizen to Tokyo Bay in 1845.
  • one of the five boroughs of New York City
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  • (florist) a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold
  • Floristry is the general term used to describe the professional floral trade. It encompasses flower care and handling, floral design or flower arranging, merchandising, and display and flower delivery. Wholesale florists sell bulk flowers and related supplies to professionals in the trade.
  • A person who sells and arranges plants and cut flowers
  • (florist) someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"
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Dream Day Wedding Destinations
Dream Day Wedding Destinations
One of the most successful online franchises ever, with over 50 million downloads, Dream Day Wedding Destinations brings the well-known and wildly popular hidden object game to the DS. The big day is approaching, and there is still so much to do to get everything just right. Race all over town to find hidden objects so that three brides can have perfect weddings. Only with your sharp eyes and object-seeking skills will each of these brides be able to turn her wedding into a true Dream Day to remember.

One of the most successful online franchises ever, with over 50 million downloads, Dream Day Wedding Destinations brings the well-known and wildly popular hidden object game to the DS. The big day is approaching, and there is still so much to do to get everything just right. Race all over town to find hidden objects so that three brides can have perfect weddings. Only with your sharp eyes and object-seeking skills will each of these brides be able to turn her wedding into a true Dream Day to remember.
'Dream Day Wedding Destinations' game logoKey Game Features:
Love is in the Air - Dream Day Wedding Destinations delivers a romantic adventure filled with hidden treasurers, excitement and the inevitable wedding crisis.
Plan a Wedding - Three different brides are counting on you to plan their Dream Day Wedding.
Choose a Love Story - It's up to you to decide how the couples met, fell in love and got married.
Make it Perfect - Find each bride's necessary items at the florist, bridal shop, bakery and more to make her big day a dream.

Screenshots:
Cake recipe in 'Dream Day Wedding Destinations'

Wedding mini-games.
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Wedding crisis in 'Dream Day Wedding Destinations'

Head off crisises.
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Decide when couples met in 'Dream Day Wedding Destinations'

Choose a couple's story.
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Plan the perfect day in 'Dream Day Wedding Destinations'

Plan the perfect wedding.
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W 28th Street Florists (New York, NY)
W 28th Street Florists (New York, NY)
Of all the streets to see first in Manhattan, I think W 28th Street in the early morning is my favourite -- full of florists and people rushing around buying flowers. It warms my heart. --- W 28th Street New York, NY August 21, 2010
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Taken outside a florist on 2nd or 3rd Avenue

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Manhattan
Nominated for two Academy AwardsA(r)* in 1979 and considered "one of Allen's most enduring accomplishments" (Boxoffice), Manhattan is a wry, touching and finely rendered portrait of modern relationships against the backdrop of urban alienation. Sumptuously photographed in black and white (Allen's first film in that format) and accompanied by a magnificent Gershwin score, Woody Allen's aesthetic triumph is a "prismatic portrait of a time and a place that may be studied decades hence" (Time). 42-year-old Manhattan native Isaac Davis (Allen) has a job he hates, a seventeen-year-old girlfriend, Tracy (Mariel Hemingway), he doesn't love and a lesbian ex-wife, Jill (Meryl Streep), who's writing a tell-all book about their marriage and whom he'd like to strangle. But when he meets his best friend's sexy intellectual mistress, Mary (Diane Keaton), Isaac falls head over heels in lust! Leaving Tracy, bedding Mary and quitting his job are just the beginning of Isaac's quest for romance and fulfillment in a city where sex is as intimate as a handshakeandthe gateway to true love is a revolving door. *Supporting Actress (Hemingway); Original Screenplay

Manhattan, Woody Allen's follow-up to Oscar-winning Annie Hall, is a film of many distinctions: its glorious all-Gershwin score, its breathtakingly elegant black-and-white, widescreen cinematography by Gordon Willis (best-known for shooting the Godfather movies); its deeply shaded performances; its witty screenplay that marked a new level in Allen's artistic maturity; and its catalog of Things that Make Life Worth Living. But Manhattan is also distinguished in the realm of home video as the first motion picture to be released only in a widescreen version. You wouldn't want to see it any other way. Allen's "Rhapsody in Gray" concerns, as his own character puts it, "people in Manhattan who are constantly creating these real, unnecessary, neurotic problems for themselves, because it keeps them from dealing with more unsolvable, terrifying problems about the universe." It's a romantic comedy about infidelity and betrayal, the rules of love and friendship, young girls (a radiant and sweet Mariel Hemingway) and older men (Allen), innocence, and sophistication. (a favorite phrase is used to describe a piece of sculpture at the Guggenheim: "It has a marvelous kind of negative capability.") The movie's themes can be summed up in two key lines: "I can't believe you met somebody you like better than me," and "It's very important to have some kind of personal integrity." OK, so they may not sound like such sparkling snatches of brilliant dialogue, but Manhattan puts those ideas across with such emotion that you feel an ache in your heart. --Jim Emerson

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