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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

The address of the White House, the residence of the President of the United States of America, used to refer to the White House or the presidency itself. Primarily heard in US. 1600 Penn. Ave. has not yet taken an official stance on this issue.
See also: avenue
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The job also comes with room and board at one of the best known addresses in the world, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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He and Laura Bush will restore the good taste and dignity that have been sorely missing at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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For presidential greetings to senior citizens, write to: The White House, Greetings Office, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
doesn't think it really matters which candidate gets that mail at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
In that brief campaign speech, he seemed to be drawing a distinction between his way of doing things and that of the most serious obstacle to him moving into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Was there a shadow side to Lincoln, Jefferson and JFK, not unlike that of the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
As a result of the agreement, any eligible voter -- including President Clinton leaving 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
In reality, Americans love soap opera - and the Bill and Monica story is pure ``Melrose Place'' set at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Anyone interested in helping the president name his pooch can write him at: 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.