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a formal assemblage of the members of a group

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

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Congressional Bank is a commercial bank founded in 2003 and headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland with five retail branches in the Washington DC area.
It was the Democrats, led by Congressional Caucus vice chair Rep.
Thanks to the Democrats' win last fall and the early excitement over the 2008 presidential contest, perhaps no state now has a more influential congressional delegation than Illinois.
for more than three decades, usually playing by the rules of decorum dictated by the political and media classes, first as a young congressional aide, later as a national party committee and presidential campaign operative, and now as an aging educator of journalism students who want to spend their careers interpreting politics.
As a working research tool, the Portal brings together 22 Web applications (quick links to databases) that support the DoD research and development (R & D) strategic planning and the congressional reporting process, including:
Furthermore, the legislation would vest Congressional committees with the authority to request unredacted copies of any procurement documents from agency heads.
Currently, state lawmakers are responsible for drawing their own district lines, as well as those for the state's congressional delegation.
The disclosure of Congressman Mark Foley's sexually explicit instant messages to underage male congressional pages has also harmed Republicans' election prospects.
Barney Frank of Massachusetts is a shoo-in to beat write-in Republican candidate Chuck Morse for the fourth congressional district seat he has held since 1980.
Nothing that he was pleased that his former subscribers will now be receiving Criminal Justice Reporter, Griff Thomas, president of CDC, also said, "As it has since 1921, Congressional Digest Corp.
Congressional leaders included House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.
HAMBLEY, Assistant to the Board and Director for Congressional
One little-known Alaskan college is in the national spotlight because of a lawsuit claiming that the school is nothing more than a Bible college that illegally received congressional "pork" funds totaling $1 million.
She was elected to Congress in 1990, representing the 35th Congressional District, which would later become the epicenter of the 1992 riots when police officers involved in the Rodney King beating were acquitted.
A prime illustration of this phenomenon is to be found in the largest state, California, where every incumbent seeking reelection won and not a single seat changed party hands in the 2004 congressional and state legislative elections.
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