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  • also) Marshall County near Arab Duiarmia 21:03, 27 May 2008 (UTC) Washington County Wilderix 15:03, 8 July 2013 (UTC) Bastique heidorn ckgarrod
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  • For an in depth look at the 1st US President, follow this link: George Washington. Elected: 1st Term in 1789 (only US election to occur in an odd-numbered
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  • Historical - Statehood historical sites 21st century - industry, education, innovation and economy
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  • found. George Washington is the first president of the United States of America. Born in Westmoreland, Virginia, Washington became elected as president
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  • 2012 will be the 8th annual Wikimedia Conference. It will be held in Washington, D.C. on July 12–15, 2012. See Wikimania 2012 for details of this event
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  • Mount Rainier is a volcanic peak in southwestern Washington state of the United States of America. It rises to a height of 4,395 m as the highest peak
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  • [Shoshana] Weider [a planetary geologist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington] said." Main sources: Radiation astronomy/Opticals and Optical astronomy
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  • Building a Washington Network for Atmospheric Research, In: The Earth, the Heavens, and the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Washington, DC: American
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  • Toutatis". Washington, DC USA: NASA. Retrieved 2013-10-24.  Eric De Jong (November 27, 1996). "Images of Asteroid 4179 Toutatis". Washington, DC USA: NASA
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  • Sue Lavoie (October 30, 2002). "PIA03878: Ruddy "Freckles" on Europa". Washington, D.C. USA: NASA's Office of Space Science. Retrieved 2013-06-24.  Geissler
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  • This guinea pig has gorgeous long hair and was a prize winner at the Puyallup, WA fair. Credit: Christine from Washington State, USA.
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  • Hemisphere". Washington, DC USA: NASA's Office of Space Science. Retrieved 2013-06-22.  Phil Davis (May 3, 2011). "Triple Eclipse". Washington, DC USA: National
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  • Wikipedia: no article on Wikipedia in 2015 Technology company based in Washington, DC metro area specializing in business process management. Questions
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  •   Harlan E. Spence (August 16, 2013). "Van Allen Probe A (RBSP-A)". Washington, DC USA: National Space Science Data Center, NASA. Retrieved 2014-01-07
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  • stars within 120 of the North pole. Publication 417. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie institution of Washington. Bibcode: 1932ADS...C......0A. http://cdsbib.u-strasbg
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  • 597-600. doi:10.1086/110278.  Ed Grayzeck (August 16, 2013). "Gaia". Washington, DC USA: National Space Science Data Center, NASA. Retrieved 2014-01-07
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  • History Picture of the Day Washington Crossing the Delaware History paintings - Images of the American Revolution The Wikimedia Atlas of World History
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  • Sue Lavoie (September 30, 1999). "PIA02500: Sulfuric Acid on Europa". Washington DC USA: NASA's Office of Space Science. Retrieved 2013-06-24.  L. Roth
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