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United States Department of State, which is housed in a building in a low-lying area of Washington near the Potomac River

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In a June broadcast he said: "Maybe we need a very small nuke thrown on Foggy Bottom to shake things up.
Certainly, there are important differences between Napoleon's proclamations and the unctuous Hi echoing from Foggy Bottom.
Or Dish (924 25th St) in Foggy Bottom has modern American dishes such as tequila-cured salmon.
In 1894-1895, after quickly becoming the biggest and most successful brewer in the nation's capital, Heurich built his largest brewery on a city block in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood, which is now the site of the John F.
12 Associated Press story, "Robertson's bomb remark draws criticism," quotes the televangelist huckster Pat Robertson as saying, "If I could just get a nuclear device inside Foggy Bottom.
Instead, that task was delegated to a minor Foggy Bottom apparatchik - Under Secretary of State Marc Grossman, who made the announcement in a speech to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington.
There is the habit among the African Hill residents of referring to the African Americans of Gasoline Point as "old sawmill quarters niggers, section gang niggers and foggy bottom niggers who didn't come from anywhere but from looking up a mule's ass back in slavery times" (87).
Anyone interested in the hotter dimensions of the Cold War and the criminal role of these Foggy Bottom bottom-feeders should read Michael McClintock's brilliant book, Instruments of Statecraft: U.
Loucks and I discussed these matters in a quiet corner of the lobby in a small hotel in Foggy Bottom.
The discussion covered the common interest in a secure and stable Afghanistan," the State Department said, after Kerry welcomed Sharif for a meeting at Foggy Bottom headquarters.
Foggy Bottom insists that "their elimination from US stockpiles would put the lives of its soldiers and those of its coalition partners at risk.
The cover story in the August-September issue, "Restorations at Foggy Bottom," shows the changes that give the building an appearance much like that of today.
Secretary Clinton and her merry band of humanitarian interventionists at Foggy Bottom will be only too happy to egg them on.
Areas served by this extensive, 3-ring, 9,600 fiber-route mile network include: Georgetown, the lower Wisconsin Avenue district, the West End, Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, the K Street corridor, Penn Quarter, and the Central Business District (CBD) - with special focus on high concentrations of Federal office buildings, surrounding the Capital, and south of the National Mall.