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D.C.

Abbreviation for Doctor of Chiropractic.
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An effort to force a religious school voucher plan on residents of Washington, D.C., passed the House of Representatives Oct.
Orzalli is currently serving as deputy director, Fleet Readiness Division, N43B, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, D.C.
The property acquired at 2131 K Street is located in the "Golden Triangle" within the Central Business District, which is in the heart of downtown Washington D.C. The company's first acquisition, 1776 Massachusetts Avenue, is equally well located, situated where the upscale Dupont Circle neighborhood and the historic Embassy Row converge.
Louis program has been so successful that you might think it would be perfect for D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams and the Bush administration to try in the district.
Under The Swizzle Chill Channel, a D.C.-centric source of food industry news and part of the Eatery Pulse Network, the "floating" D.C. school for restaurant owners will offer four modules as part of a curriculum of highly-meaningful and effective classes.
Up until Srinivasan's confirmation, the Senate hadn't confirmed a judge to the D.C. Circuit in seven years.
The number of D.C. residents per 100,000 over age 12 living with HIV/AIDS--about 3 percent of the population.
Jordan proposed diverting a portion of the funds put aside to subsidize digital television converter boxes to pay for the D.C. plan.
During the rally, Fenty, center, said that D.C. is, "not totally free," and explained that, "it's a civil rights issue." Plans for the "people's march" were announced by Fenty after taking office in January.
Self-Insurance Institute of America: 21st Annual Legislative/Regulatory Conference, March 6-8, Marriott at Metro Center, Washington, D.C., www.siia.org.
Distinguished for being the nation's capital and the platform for a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement, Washington, D.C., is also home to a network of progressive black professionals and entrepreneurs Realtor Keisha Gilchrist, principal of the Gilchrist Group (www.gilchrist-group.com), a RE/MAX Allegiance affiliate, is one of them.