Allison Aubrey Allison Aubrey is a correspondent for NPR News.
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Emily and Michael live in New York. Lots of them. Of the 122,725 babies born in the city in 2005, these two names are the most popular according to a list compiled by the city’s health department. Among the 59,714 baby girls, Emily, Ashley, Kayla and Sarah held onto the top four most popular names. Isabella and Samantha come next. It seems, there will be lots of Rachels growing up in the city too. Rachel bumped Brianna off the top 10 list. For boys, Michael hangs on for the 20th consecutive year in first place. Runners-up are Daniel, Joshua and David.
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