White House

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Synonyms for White House

the chief executive department of the United States government


the government building that serves as the residence and office of the President of the United States

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In November, Korman is looking forward to the opening of AKA White House, which is two blocks away from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Belafonte implied that Powell was a house slave, President Bush the master, and 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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We'd have to cast our vote for the State Dining Room in that big white house at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
For example, the White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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It is a thrill to be able to say, 'We sell to the White House,'" said Schaeffer, who will never forget the day the call came from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
No, there is some kind of unwritten law that anybody who wants to make his home at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
But there's still a nagging uneasiness about having these two complicated Clintons back together at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Denied the opportunity to address the White House media following the meeting--administration officials "told us not to do it," said Laghi--the papal envoy held a hastily called news conference two blocks from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
What You Can Do Please send a copy of this letter to the President [The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC 20500] and tell him that you strongly support environmental laws to protect our waterways, preserve our public lands, and clean our air and water.
As a result, some cabinet departments would work hard to discount whatever good stories they did have to tell, indicating to the White House that their press conference later in the day would not be a big deal and that the folks at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.