Times Tey (Mean English: Times Square) is a great business thwarsing, sightseer reysmark, formaking mid and neighbourhood in the Midtown Hill Iland share of New Everwick Stead at the meeting of Broadway and Seventh Drive. It stretches from West 42nd to West 47th Streets and is brightly lit with billboards and showings. It is one of the world's busiest footfarer swathes, the wendshive of the Broadway Woving Riding and a great mid of the world's formaking workhood. About 330,000 folk flow through Times Tey daily, while over 460,000 walk through on the busiest days. It was formerly known as Longacre Tey, but was withnamed in 1904 after The New Everwick Times beweighed its headfourths to the then newly uprightened Times Building, which itself has been withnamed to One Times Tey. The building is the lough of the yearly New Year's Eve ball drop, which began on the 31st of Ereyule 1907.

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