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- proper n. The hill in Washington, DC, on which is located the Capitol, where Congress holds its sessions.
- proper n. Congress
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- n. a hill in Washington, D.C., where the Capitol Building sits and Congress meets
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"The general consensus is that the first trillion dollars in cuts is doable, and the second trillion is doable but painful," a Democratic Capitol Hill aide familiar with the Biden group talks said on Sunday.
The site is at the foot of Capitol Hill in the near Southeast district of the city and occupies land that once belonged to the Washington Navy Yard.
The funeral home was about two blocks from where his mother had lived, where Louis had grown up after they had moved from Des Moines when he was ten, just east of the Capitol Hill area where old brick homes were becoming rundown rentals and where Hispanic street gangs had claimed the night.
Bicycling home at midnight, she pedaled five blocks out of her way to pass the Capitol Hill townhouse in which the Last Laugh Foundation was headquartered.
We met, and Mr. George Hicks stated that there was an old school-house on Capitol Hill that could be bought for $300, but this school-house was on leased ground; but, if the house was fixed up it would make a comfortable place of worship.
Biography of Rev. David Smith of the A. M. E. Church : being a complete history, embracing over sixty years' labor in the advancement of the redeemer's kingdom on Earth : including "The history of the origin and development of Wilberforce University