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- proper n. A river in the eastern United States that flows along the borders of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.
- proper n. An unincorporated area in Montgomery County, Maryland, USA.
- proper n. A village in Vermilion County, Illinois, USA.
- proper n. The asteroid (1345) Potomac.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. term sometimes used to refer to Washington, D.C.
- n. a river in the east central United States; rises in West Virginia in the Appalachian Mountains and flows eastward, forming the boundary between Maryland and Virginia, to the Chesapeake Bay
ROLAND S. MARTIN, CNN POLITICAL ANALYS.: For those of us not in the Beltway, this is what you guys call the Potomac two-step.
For now, we are in Virginia, because of course, Virginia is one of three spots holding either elections -- holding elections, primaries on Tuesday, what we call the Potomac primary: Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. So, also some breaking news we want to tell you about.
We have the -- what we call the Potomac primary coming up in Virginia.
Regardless, the foundation spent more than $500,000 on architects, environmental and real estate specialists, and even a public relations agency to produce and promote what it calls Potomac River Green.
Nick Chaconas, a Maryland real estate agent, said he was one week from completing a foreclosure deal for one client, who was buying a $470,000 fixer-upper in Potomac, when an e-mail arrived putting the deal on the skids.
Guy Semmes of Hopkins & Porter in Potomac, who has been building and remodeling houses in the District area for more than 30 years, said that another problem with clients purchasing things is that they can order the wrong item, which becomes a headache for everyone.
"They live and love at the center of world power," Lowe said of those who would participate in "Potomac Fever."
As Obama spoke, Ehrlich held court with more than 100 women at a luncheon in Potomac and played down the significance of Obama's visit.
As first reported by Maryland Politics Watch, Mary D. Kane, Ehrlich's running mate, withdrew this week from a debate that had been set for 10 a.m. at Congregation Har Shalom in Potomac, not far from Kane's residence.
Meanwhile, O'Malley's Republican opponent Robert Ehrlich spent his day in Potomac at a luncheon with more than 100 women.