from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A community of northeast Virginia, a suburb of the Washington, D.C.-Alexandria, Virginia, area. Population: 56,400.
- Reston, James Barrett Known as "Scotty.” 1909-1995. Scottish-born American journalist. Associated with the New York Times since 1939, he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1945 and in 1957 for his reporting.
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- v. be based on; of theories and claims, for example
- v. rest on for support
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Being a Republican in Reston is lonely enough for him as it is ...
Wednesday’s Smart Market in Reston is the last of the season.
Another was a 31-year-old Salvadoran, arrested in Reston, who had failed to register as a sex offender, as required by law.
Also arrested was a 31-year-old Salvadoran arrested in Reston who had failed to register as a sex offender, as required by law.
Whether their destination is downtown Washington, Georgetown, or Tysons Corner or another point across Northern Virginia, Lombardo's condominium in Reston's North Point Villas complex always seems to be centrally located.
AGING IN PLACE, information about services for seniors in Reston and surrounding areas and how to create an aging-in-place community model.
Many people said the benefits of living in Reston drew them to the neighborhood.
"HELP THE HOMELESS" WALK, to benefit Reston Interfaith, a three-mile walk on trails in Reston, followed by the Festival on the Square.
RESTON HOMES TOUR, a self-guided tour of five private homes in Reston, plus a stop at "The Nature House" education center for a chef demonstration, tastings and more.
His company, Milestone Communications, based in Reston, now makes most of its revenue by building and maintaining cellphone towers on the campuses of Northern Virginia public schools.