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  • A New Hope ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • A new broom sweeps clean
  • Ads work harder in the new Granada ( Granada advertising slogan )
  • Airy fairy
  • Al fresco
  • All Things Bright and Beautiful ( popular Anglican hymn )
  • All the news that's fit to print ( New York Times advertising slogan )
  • Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life ( Monty Python's Flying Circus song )
  • As bright as a button
  • As bright as a new pin
  • As cool as a cucumber ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As fresh as a daisy
  • As fresh as a mountain stream
  • As good as new
  • As neat as a new pin
  • At sixty miles an hour the loudest noise in the new Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock ( Rolls Royce advertising slogan )
  • Baby needs new shoes
  • Bart the Cool ( Nickname of American football player Bart Starr )
  • Better than new
  • Billy Liar ( Novel and play by Keith Waterhouse and Tom Courtenay / Julie Christie movie )
  • Bison City ( Nickname of Buffalo New York )
  • Border Town ( Nickname of Rye New York )
  • Brand new ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Brand new ballgame ( A baseball expression meaning when a team that has been behind ties up the game )
  • Brand new dawn
  • Brand new day
  • Brand spanking new ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Brave New World ( Aldous Huxley book )
  • Break new ground
  • Breath of fresh air
  • Breathe new life into
  • Bright Eyes ( Art Garfunkel song )
  • Bright Lights, Big City ( Jay Mcinerney book )
  • Bright and early
  • Bright eyed and bushy tailed
  • Bright idea
  • Bright lights, big city
  • Bright spark
  • Bright young thing
  • Captain Funkie Fresh ( Nickname of Eddie Winslow ( Darius McCrary ) )
  • Catch of the day
  • Central Park ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • Cool Britannia ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cool Hand Luke ( Paul Newman movie )
  • Cool Joe ( Nickname of baseball player Joe Montana )
  • Cool Papa ( Nickname of baseball player James Bell )
  • Cool as a mountain stream ( Consulate Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Cool beans
  • Cool cat
  • Cool down
  • Cool million
  • Cool off
  • Cool out
  • Cool your heels
  • Cool, calm and collected
  • Cool, fresh, consulate ( Consulate Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Dawn of a new day
  • Don't put new wine into old bottles
  • Eat fresh ( Subway advertising slogan )
  • Elm City ( Nickname of New Haven Connecticut )
  • Factory fresh
  • Farm fresh
  • Febreze; it's that fresh ( Febreze advertising slogan )
  • First footing ( making a round of visits at New Year )
  • Fresh air
  • Fresh faced
  • Fresh ink
  • Fresh off the boat
  • Fresh out of
  • Fresh pair of eyes
  • Fresh squeezed glaciers ( Adelma Mineral Waters advertising slogan )
  • Fresh start
  • Fresh to the last slice ( Sunblest Bread advertising slogan )
  • Get fresh
  • Gotham City ( Nickname of New York )
  • Grey is new black
  • Happy New Year
  • Harry spankers ( colloquial version of 'brand spanking new' )
  • Hot off the press
  • I love New York
  • I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing ( The New Seekers song )
  • It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen ( the opening line of Nineteen Eighty-Four )
  • It's tingling fresh ( Gibbs SR Toothpaste advertising slogan )
  • Joe Cool ( Nickname of Joe Johnson )
  • Keep a cool head
  • Keep your cool
  • Kodak City ( Nickname of Rochester New York )
  • Like a breath of fresh air
  • Little New York ( Nickname of Carmelo Anthony )
  • Lose your cool
  • Make a fresh start
  • Mansfield Park ( Jane Austen novel )
  • Market fresh
  • Menthol-Fresh, cool, clean, Consulate ( Consulate Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Nearly new
  • New Deal ( Franklin Roosevelt's social and economic reform )
  • New Economy
  • New York minute
  • New York's finest
  • New age travellers
  • New arrival ( colloquial term for a newborn baby )
  • New blood
  • New doors opened ( Mercury advertising slogan )
  • New fangled
  • New kid on the block
  • New lease on life
  • New money
  • New start
  • New wine in old bottles
  • New wrinkle
  • New year's resolution
  • No wonder the English have kept cool for 192 years ( Gordon's Gin advertising slogan )
  • Northanger Abbey ( Jane Austen novel )
  • One instinctively knows when something is right ( Croft Original Sherry advertising slogan )
  • Original Gangster Ice T song
  • Original sin
  • Out with the old in with the new
  • Papa's Got A Brand New Bag ( James Brown song )
  • Pastures new
  • Pearline keeps white things white and bright women bright ( Pearline washing powder advertising slogan )
  • Play it again, Sam ( New York State Lottery advertising slogan )
  • Play it cool
  • Pride and Prejudice ( Jane Austen novel )
  • Put the freshness back ( Shake And Vac advertising slogan )
  • Reach new heights
  • Read my lips, no new taxes ( Political slogan )
  • Refresh! Rejoice! Remember! Pabst gets the call ( Pabst Blue Ribbon advertising slogan )
  • Ring out the old and ring in the new
  • Save your breath to cool your porridge
  • Seesaw Margery Daw Johnny shall have a new master ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Sense and Sensibility ( Jane Austen novel )
  • Snapshot City ( Nickname of Rochester New York )
  • Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
  • Spring is in the air
  • Tech savvy ( proficient with new technologies )
  • Tender Is The Night ( F Scott Fitzgerald novel )
  • That's a new one on me
  • The All Blacks ( Nickname of the New Zealand Rugby Union team )
  • The Armpit Of New Jersey ( Nickname of Newark New Jersey )
  • The Brooklyn Bridge ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Chrysler Building ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The City That Never Sleeps ( Nickname of New York )
  • The Cradle Of Aviation ( Nickname of Hammondsport New York )
  • The Edinburgh Of The South ( Nickname of Dunedin New Zealand )
  • The Empire State ( Nickname of the US state of New York )
  • The Empire State Building ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Flying Squad ( Nickname of the Specialist Crime Directorate, New Scotland Yard )
  • The Foreigner State ( Nickname of the US state of New Jersey )
  • The Garden State ( Nickname of the US state of New Jersey )
  • The Gong ( Nickname of Wollongong New South Wales )
  • The Granite State ( Nickname of the US state of New Hampshire )
  • The Grapes Of Wrath ( John Steinbeck novel and Henry Fonda movie )
  • The Heart Of The New West ( Nickname of Calgary Alberta )
  • The New Statesman ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The New York Of The South ( Nickname of Atlanta Georgia )
  • The New York of the South ( Nickname of Galveston Texas )
  • The North Of Bombay Hill ( Nickname of Auckland New Zealand )
  • The Original Live Test-Pattern Girl ( Nickname of Nanette Fabray )
  • The Remains Of The Day ( Kazuo Ishiguro novel and Anthony Hopkins movie )
  • The Rockefeller Centre ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Spy Who Came In From The Cold ( John Le Carre novel )
  • The Statue of Liberty ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The bright lights
  • The bright lights taste ( Cinzano advertising slogan )
  • The company you keep ( New York Life advertising slogan )
  • The emperor's new clothes
  • The future's bright, the future's Orange ( Orange mobile phones advertising slogan )
  • The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades ( song by Timbuk 3 )
  • The new black
  • The original and the best
  • The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid ( Jane Austen quotation )
  • The shock of the new
  • There's nothing new under the sun
  • Times Square ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • Turn over a new leaf
  • Under new management
  • Way cool
  • What fresh hell is this?
  • What we have here is a failure to communicate ( line from Cool Hand Luke )
  • What's New Pussycat? ( Peter Sellers movie )
  • What's new?
  • Whole new ball game
  • Wuthering Heights ( Merle Oberon / Laurence Olivier movie )
  • You can't teach an old dog new tricks
  • You give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world ( WINS Radio, New York advertising slogan )

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