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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.
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In fact, the once-prosperous transportation hub in south-eastern Pennsylvania, like so many rust-belt towns, seemed to be a dying community and in no position to rescue a stranded school district.
Edie Klein (D) (Pine Forest Camp) Pennsylvania * 1988-90 ACA National President
Doctors, insurers and many observers blame soaring malpractice damages awards for contributing to the state's malpractice insurance crisis that forced hundreds of doctors to leave the state and others to abandon "risky" procedures and hospitals to curtail services, according to the Pennsylvania Medical Society.
Andrew Petto, a science professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and board member of the National Center for Science Education, who is closely following the controversy in Pennsylvania.
Throughout September, the PLCB will offer a 20 percent discount on Pennsylvania wines sold in its Wine & Spirits Shoppes.
Except for John Bodnar's essay examining "The Impact of the 'New Immigration' on the Black Worker: Steelton, Pennsylvania, 1880-1920," this section focuses on Philadelphia and, to a greater extent, Pittsburgh.
Frank Lee, who has worked as a van tour guide in the capital since 1950, said blocking Pennsylvania Avenue has disrupted his business.
By the end of 1996, all 67 counties in Pennsylvania will have implemented a VIP program.
According to Jack McMahon, senior estimator, Crow Construction Company, the State of Pennsylvania has realized several advantages by undertaking the project in this way.
The University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS) and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine comprise PENN Medicine, a $2.
The doctrine of inferred intent was adopted in 1994 by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania in the child sexual abuse case Aetna vs.
TEI's comments stressed the advantages of harmonizing Pennsylvania's rules with applicable federal authority relating to retirement plans and also highlighted the administrative and compliance issues that could arise from inconsistencies in the Pennsylvania and federal rules.
Members of the new partnership include: Pennsylvania Agriculture Awareness Foundation; Pennsylvania Alliance for Environmental Education; Pennsylvania Association of Agriculture Educators; Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts Inc.
Award to Be Given at Pennsylvania Bio Annual Dinner February 15
NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA January 21-Colony Pub & Grille, Erie, Pennsylvania.
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