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This category is for questions and answers about the White House, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500. The White House is the home and workplace of the American president. It is also a major icon of American government.
The standard in family court is 'the best interest of the child' - now let's face it, it can be a tough world out there, if the mother can provide a couch and the father is homeless, the couch will win, but if the father is capable of providing better living quarters, that would definitely be a fact…
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Well it is only a guess but I would say your bathroom and bedroom were sharing the same cct and you have not kept the cct going by placing the dimmer in line. There would be a continuation of wiring from the dimmer to the bathroom that you have perhaps not reconnected.
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Centuries ago, European farmers would seal the wood on their barns with an oil, often linseed oil -- a tawny-colored oil derived from the seed of the flax plant which is called flax oil (golden, edible) before boiling, and linseed oil (tawny, inedible) after boiling. They would paint their barns wit…
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The south wanted some concessions on getting the capital moved to more middle ground like potomac. So A deal was made- to move the capital if Alexander Hamiltons bank was to be approved; and paying off the war debt with bonds was to go ahead as planned. Politics  Simply, to make the South happ…
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This item, if in excellent condition, generally runs $20-25.
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Answer If you mean white settlers' houses, as opposed to Indian lodgings, they would have been log cabins. Answer I beg to differ. It takes a lot less time to build a " soddy " than a log cabin. A soddy is built into the side of a hill, by digging with a shovel. The small roof is covered wit…
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I would say with the limited information provided, the most logical answer is that there were two different people or companies providing the two appraisal. Appraising houses isn't much of a science, it is likely two people could disagree. It Depends on the Trends of Real Estate Sector, if the tren…
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North American continent, United States of America.There's always been some disagreement as to the exact location of the dividing lines. It's generally accepted that the East-West line divides Maryland, Pennsylvania and part of West Virginia, and the North-South line divides Maryland and Delaware.O…
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It was the natural gray color of the sandstone from which it is constructed.
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sorry you dont you might consider re-painting once it dries it is permanent -30 year driveway sealer You can get tar remover at an auto parts store or even at some department stores  Tried bug/tar remover ... it does not remove it. This only works on "fresh" material that has not thoroughly …
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There are 132 rooms in the White House. ____ 35 bathrooms, 412 doors, 147 windows, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases, and 3 elevators. 25 bedrooms; 3 kitchens; 3 dining rooms; 1 library; 1 bowling alley; 1 movie theater; 69 closets There is a room for arranging flowers, an upholstery shop, press ro…
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Answer That's like asking if parents can force their kids to clean up their room. Parents are legally responsible for the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of their children. I am unaware of any laws that would prohibit a parent from "forcing" a child to go to church. If the parents a…
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Franklin Pierce, 14th US President, decorated a tree outside on the White House lawn in 1853 for a group of Washington Sunday School children, while caroler's sang "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing." There is some question about the historical accuracy of the Pierce Christmas tree account. Benjamin Harr…
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Answer This might be caused by a bulb that is ready to burn out. When they get close to burning out, they do funny things like burning really brightly or pulsating, etc. It's possible that your lights might have been wired improperly, too. All sounds ok, just out of intrest are the bulbs lo…
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One attorney's adviceI live in Texas, and recently became engaged to a Mexican woman (undocumented). The truth is, this woman and I love each other and intend to live together for the rest of our lives. Please understand this is not a "marriage of convenience". We consulted with an immigration attor…
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Planting White Buttercup Bulbs With any bulb rinse and pat dry with a paper towel to clean off any debris from shipping or handling. You must plant any bulb according to its zone for blooming. If you have the package they came in, it should be on there. It not, go to your local agricultural e…
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There are many Bain families in the US. Unless some specific Bain ancestors are identified, along with where and when they lived, it would be impossible to answer this question.
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Answer Because the White house was burned down while James Madison was president. It was rebuilt and repainted and they used white paint to cover the smoke marks
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Switch the service to your name Unless she signed some sort of lease, why would she be on the hook to pay the gas bill after she moved out? One assumes that she was paying the bill while she lived there, but now that she's gone, she doesn't expect to pay for gas she isn't using. Seems reasonable …
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The data say noPeople who cohabit before marriage are MORE, not less, likely to divorce or separate after marriage. Numerous studies done here and in Europe bear this out. One Ivy-league study shows that people who cohabit before marriage are 80 percent more likely to divorce than couples who don't.…
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The original reason was to keep the president from accumilating too much power. The founding fathers did not want the president to have the power of a king. i thimk it should be because some people think that if they are presidents for a long time they will rule the world.
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pocket window I belive what you describe is also called a barn sash. That being where they are most often used. One window sash, a sash being one window, most house windows have 2 sash, upper and lower, one sash that either raises, or slides in the wall of a building.
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five facts about the white house is1.)it has 2 basements2.)It has 2 public floors3.)It has 6 floors4.)George Washington was the only preseident who did not live in the White House5.)The white house WAS the biggest house in the United States until the civil war.the white house was the largest house i…
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Construction began when the first cornerstone was laid in October of 1792. Although President George Washington oversaw the construction of the house, he never lived in it. It was not until 1800, when the White House was nearly completed, that its first residents, President John Adams and his wife, …
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Gerald Ford (38th president ) -- lived the longest (93 years, 165 days) Second and third in life span were Ronald Reagan -- {93 years, 120 days } and John Adams -- 90 years plus. Contenders for the future: As of June 12, 2012, George Bush (41) is the oldest living ex-President at 88. As of Octo…
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An amendment is an amendment
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White House Christmas Tree This information comes from the site indicated. http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/trees/tradition/html
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The White House is what president's official home is called. This used to be an unofficial name for the executive mansion but at some point became the name that is universally used. Theodore was the first to use "White House" on his official stationery.The official executive mansion provided as a ho…
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You and they and I, taxpayers,foot the bill The naive, the idealists and the politicians will tell you that it is paid for by private supporters or committees or boosters, but all that means is that enough tax leeches circumvented the Constitution again and figured out a way to make money while d…
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I think it was named in accordance with the racial issues of the time, and the fact that it was probably strongly believed that a black person would never step foot inside as anything other than a slave. However, If this were to be the case, It would never be made public... liars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…
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President Teddy Roosevelt officially named it in 1901.
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George Washington never lived in the White House because the capital was in New York and later in Philadelphia when he was president. Every other President lived at least part of his term in the White House. (John Adams moved into the White House in 1800 , some three months before his term ended.)…
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Local Laws or Association Bylaws Some municipalities have quality-of-life and beautification ordinances that proscribe certain uses of one's property. For example, some communities don't allow you to park an RV or boat or even a junker car in your driveway. Others fine you for not mowing your law…
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George Washington and a city planner by the name of Pierre L'enfant chose the site. A competition was held for the design, which was narrowed down to 9 candidates. In 1791 James Hoban, an Irish architect, won the commission to build the presidential residence and his design was eventually built. The…
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Congress submitted a plan for the building in 1792. On October 13, 1792, the first corner stones were laid. John Adams and his wife, Abigail, moved into the unfinished house in 1800. Construction was ongoing until 1809, with Thomas Jefferson as the occupant. Did you know that it used to be pink? Th…
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the white house has 187 rooms
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John Boehner.
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By Presidential Proclamation, the Flag over the White House is flown 24 hours a day. If it was not flying, it would mean that something was terribly wrong.
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The White House and the Capitol Building are both on Pennsylvania Avenue.
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During the middle of the Reagan presidency in 1984, there were a total of 3,366 full time employees in the White House. That included the 129 that directly took care of the White House Residence.
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First you should try putting them to sleep with you and then when they are good and sleep put them in they're bed try it for about a week or two then start letting them sleep in their bed on their own since they will be use to waking up in a different room
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George Washington did not live in the White House. never
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Answer He wrote most of his speeches himself, but sometimes had the help of world renown speech writer Sam Rosenman. CORRECTION: In truth, Franklin D. Roosevelt used the services of numerous speech writers, according to Dr. Buhite and David W. Levy in their book entitled FDR;s Fireside Cha…
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Answer Tyvek® is the DuPont brand name for spunbonded olefin, which was invented around 1955. There are specific instructions for how Tyvek should be installed to get maximum protection from both moisture and air flow mitigation. I would make sure you or your contractors follow these procedure…
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*There is a list here, and you can find more information about any of the presidents at the related White House link below. List of US Presidents Washington, George 1789-97Adams, John 1797-1801Jefferson, Thomas 1801-09Madison, James 1809-17Monroe, James 1817-25Adams, John 1825-29Jackson, Andrew 18…
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White House Phone Numbers Comments: 202-456-1111Switchboard: 202-456-1414 TTY/TTD Comments: 202-456-6213Visitor's Office: 202-456-2121
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The lumber came from North Carolina and Virginia.
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The White House is found in the capital city of Washington, DC. The street address is 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20500 USA Note that the national capital city of Washington is in the federal District of Columbia (DC) which is not part of any state but borders Maryland and Virginia.
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The stains were made by Southern applicants for Presidential pardons during the term of President Andrew Johnson (1865-1869).
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Though there is no indication of a dedication date, the White House was first occupied by John Adams on November 1, 1800.
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Answer:YES! Our founding fathers came here for freedom to believe in Christ! It is so sad that people don't realise what America was founded on.  Treaty of TripoliArticle 11, reads:"As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; as it…
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the address of the white house is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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William Henry Harrison (died April 4, 1841) and Zachary Taylor(died July 9, 1850) are the only two president who died in the White House. Six other presidents died in office, but they died in places other than Washington.
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Answer Only if your parents give you one, and most parents can't afford it. There is no agency in the US giving away houses to teenagers on their wedding day.
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Other than lying to the American people about the illegal bombing in Laos and Cambodia, abusive use of wiretaps on his "enemies" and, at best, dodgy campaign financing there were three formal articles of impeachment filed by the House Judiciary Committee. On July 27, 1974 the Committee voted 27 to…
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NO - it is not true. It's from the movie Swordfish. There is a very persistent story that Thomas Jefferson personally executed someone on the White House lawn for treason; some sites name the prisoner as a Rodney Cox from North Carolina.[1] We have no evidence that this event ever occurred: no suc…
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The White House in Washington DC. The president lives there.
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I have 2 lesions in the right front temporal lobe, I believe they are causing memory loss, loss of concentration, foggy head and other things, I am not very old 40-50, some women are getting these and also the same symptoms without brain lesions who have never been ill with this before nor has anyon…
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The White House was burnt down by British soldiers in the year of 1814. Also, in 1814 the Treaty of Ghent was established ending war of 1812.
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In 1814, the White House was burned by the British. In 1817, it was restored and President Madison moved back in.
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You built it on quicksand - and that's not good! ;)
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At the moment no. It is unknown if SEGA will make The House of the Dead 5.
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It is a shed-like building to raise and keep your chickens, in the coop, chicken can run a little bit. An ideal chicken coop has bedding, nest boxes, litter, feeder, wired fence & floor, sturdy wall and roof, good ventilation system and easy to clean.
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Once you enter you remove your footwear, then you must say 'sat-sri-akal' or 'Vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ke fateh' (more respetful greeting.) Make sure you don't say 'sas-ri-kal' as it is saying 'may your sister-in-law die.' Then you can enter the house. Remember however you speak when you a…
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Answer First of all, the White House was only heavily damaged by the fire. Doddly Madison, the first lady, was the one who saved the painting.
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William Henry Harrison (1773-1841), the 9th President of the US, died of pneumonia only a month after his inauguration. He served from March 4 to April 4, 1841.
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We each think we know the answer: Technically the only other people that live in the white house are members of the secret service. However, many other people work there who don't necessarily live in the white house The Vice President does not live in the White House - he or she has a completel…
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No- not white like it is now. It was natural stone, which was a cream color, when first built. After it was blackened by the fire that gutted during the War of 1812, it was painted white.
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The presidential privilege is known as the executive privilege. The executive privilege gives the president to withhold information from the courts and Congress.
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Kill them or trap them. They are very stubborn rodents.
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John Quincy Adams was the first President to be photographed (see Related Links), but this photo was taken in 1843 long after he left office and was serving in Congress. According to Whitehouse.gov, the first President to be photographed while in office was James Polk. There are copies of what loo…
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There are more than six (6) rule violations regarding floor hockey.Icing, offsides, checking, roughing, boarding, tripping, fighting, high sticking, delay of game, and cursing at the officials are just a few examples.
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Generally, areas used as a 'transit area" between rooms and other parts of the house is called a hallway. Rooms shouldn't be used as a 'transit area only for it is an important space. Using a room as a 'transit area' only is a death space (term used to describe spaces with no function or use). -----…
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I am not sure of all the movies that have been filmed in Washington, DC . Although when i was there, my tour guide said a part of Forrest Gump is in Washington DC. Previous information is correct. Forrest Gump has scenes at Lincoln Memorial and its reflecting pool. Other movies worth mention are Th…
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Ted White is an American actor and stuntman who was born on July 16, 1940. You can contact him at his fan mail address which is Stuntmen Association of Motion Pictures, 5200 Lankershim Blvd., Suite 190, North Hollywood, CA 91601-3100, USA.
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Barack Hussein Obama the 44th president
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The President's House (After it was burned down, it was renamed the White House) 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. The reason it is the 'White House' is that the stone work had to be painted white to cover the burn damage. It is actually a myth that the White House was named the white hou…
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Sue For What? Geeze, lets start being responsible for our actions, shall we? First of all, sounds like another teen partying on their parents money. Sue for what? Her stupidity and bad choices? Give me a break, please.I couldn't agree more with the above answer! If you are going to do something as s…
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phrases in the constitution
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Everyone is sad because Juliet has apparently died the day before her wedding was to take place.
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White!white
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You can obtain them from your U.S. Senator or Representative by calling or writing. There are some limitations to tours these days, so also ask about those. You'll also want to contact your representatives well in advance, six plus weeks, so they are able to process your request.
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About 1400 miles by car.
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Probally. A bit.
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remove dashboard and replace 2 bulbs behind it
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It might be called a citrus white fly.
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Answer Consult a realtor or the town property clerk.
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no it hasn't been cancelled season 4 premiered in America on 25th october 2007 no it hasn't its 2010 8-25 and its still going
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well the "WHITE HOUSE" is a very busy place and as one of the sir presidents tour guides i can tell you that it has more than 100000 visitors a month.glad to be your assistanceRachel HannahTOUR GUIDE CONFIDENTIAL.
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According to the Hurley and Taylor family's It has came to recent that the Hurley family and the Taylor family off the southern Virgina area once owned the White house land. They had made up a deal that the Government could use this land for 100 years but this 100 years has passed and to this date t…
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No, past presidents do not send birthday greetings to seniors over eighty. Only present presidents will send the birthday greetings.
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