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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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Bush and Jenna Hager know a thing or two about 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The 22-year-old world No1 golfer rubbed shoulders with the good and the great at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Which famous building has the address 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?
Perhaps by writing directly to President Obama if necessary at The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20500.
While he's raised more campaign cash than anybody not named Bush in Texas history, Rick Perry faces different rules and greater demands should he set his sights on 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
You are just the latest in a string of puppets who have occupied 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and react to strings pulled by your Zionist controllers.
Jay-Z has been invited to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the past - but his busy schedule didn't allow him to make the visit until now.
Many of the artist's broader projects were thus represented here through the medium, including On Tropical Nature, 1991; Library for the Birds of Antwerp, 1993; The Great Munich Bug Hunt, 1993; Excavation, Flushing Meadows, Corona Park, 2000/2001; and 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, 2004.
Which famous building will you find at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?
Sally Bee says she feels like a real life Cinderella following the VIP request for her company at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington DC, next spring.
And while the movement has several key leaders, the party's host, it appears more and more, is sitting in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, with the occasional stop for a dinner date in New York City or a ball game in Saint Louis.
From the beginning I said Obama isn't going to work, because he's inside there," she hisses, pointing to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Now, as George W Bush prepares to bid farewell to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the film-maker offers his most intriguing feature yet.
There is no denying that the hopes of a nation, if not the free world in its entirety, are being invested in this young man but I don't think anyone is really expecting him to turn things around minutes after he closes the door of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue behind him for the very first time.
W follows his journey from a Yale frat house to the Texas oil fields to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and, in the process, reveals the man who would become the 42nd President of the United States - his struggles, his achievements and the consequences of both.