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106. Cleveland Park: An area known for its historical residences and vintage buildings, in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor section of D....  
107. Van Ness: A neighborhood in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor Section, just north of Cleveland Park.  
108. INTELSAT: A futuristic-looking building overlooking Connecticut Avenue from International Drive, designed to be economical in...  
109. Georgetown University: A private Jesuit research and academic institution located in the Georgetown neighborhood.  
110. Circulator: A bus service in Georgetown.  
111. Washington Harbor: A complex of apartments, offices, shops, restaurants and bars located on the Potomac in Georgetown.  
112. Georgetown Fle Market: On Wisconsin Avenue, on Sundays from March to December.  
113. ICQ: The Intercultural Center Building in Georgetown.  
114. Mr. Smiths: A popular nightspot in Georgetown that sometimes attracts famous faces.  
115. Old Glory: A popular bar in Georgetown, that sometimes attracts celebrities.  
116. Old Quarter: In Georgetown, a section of antique shops and other interesting stores.  
117. Eastern Market: A market with a great variety of international cuisines at various stalls; in the Capitol Hill area.  
118. Restaurant Nora: The country's first (and very expensive) certified organic restaurant; on Florida Ave NW.  
119. Dubliner, The: An Irish Pub on Capitol Street.  
120. Friendship Heights: A residential neighborhood in northwestern Washington D.C.  
 
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A traffic light - otherwise known in other parts of the US as a stop light...

A dish similar to the ceviche of South America that includes a marinade of lemon juice, scallions, and coconut. Kelaguen can be made with chicken, seafood, or raw beef. Just as with ceviche, beef kelaguen is "cooked" not by heat but the acid from the lemon juice.

The 1000 Broadway Building has a white dome capping the roof, thus giving it the appearance of a gargantuan roll-on deodorant.

A nickname for Portland given by none other than George Bush and his staff. Every time he would visit there would be such protests and demonstrations that he did not return to Portland when seeking reelection in 2004; but sent other staff members to gain support.

This slang for rubber bands in Pittsburgh speak.