What is Washington?
Washington is a state in the northwestern continental US, which became the 42nd state in 1889. Washington, DC is the capital city of the US, located in the District of Columbia adjacent to the states of Maryland, Virginia, and , on the north shore of the Potomac River. It's construction was formally begun on July 16, 1790. Washington is a proper surname; notably the most famous person of the name is George Washington (1732-1799), the first President of the United States, in whose honor the place names above were named.
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The natural beauty of the mountains and water, especially Mount Rainier and Puget Sound. Salmon, apples, wine, coffee (Starbucks), computer software (Microsoft), and grunge/in…dy rock music (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Modest Mouse, et al).
the evergreen state.
Washington's major products are seafood, corn, rice, and Starbucks coffee.
Washington is a U.S. state in thePacific Northwest region of the United States.
Apples, Boeing, Microsoft, timber, Cherries, Pig War, Seahawks, Fishing, Mount Saint Helens, Walla Walla Onions, Puget Sound,
I am sorry to tell you but I did some research there is no such thing as Washington Math.
The term Washington Consensus was coined in 1989 by the economist John Williamson to describe a set of ten relatively specific economic policy prescriptions that he consider…ed constituted the "standard" reform package promoted for crisis-wracked developing countries by Washington, D.C.-based institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, and the US Treasury Department.  The prescriptions encompassed policies in such areas as macroeconomic stabilization, economic opening with respect to both trade and investment, and the expansion of market forces within the domestic economy. Subsequently to Williamson's minting of the phrase, and despite his emphatic opposition, the term Washington Consensus has come to be used fairly widely in a second, broader sense, to refer to a more general orientation towards a strongly market-based approach (sometimes described, typically pejoratively, as market fundamentalism or neoliberalism). In emphasizing the magnitude of the difference between the two alternative definitions, Williamson himself has argued (below) that his ten original, narrowly-defined prescriptions have largely acquired the status of "motherhood and apple pie" (i.e., are broadly taken for granted), whereas the subsequent broader definition, representing a form of neoliberal manifesto, "never enjoyed a consensus [in Washington] or anywhere much else" and can by now reasonably be said to be dead. Discussion of the Washington Consensus has long been contentious. Partly this reflects a lack of agreement over what is meant by the term, in face of the contrast between the broader and narrower definitions outlined above. But there are also substantive differences involved over the merits and consequences of the various policy prescriptions involved. Some of the critics discussed in this article take issue, for example, with the original Consensus's emphasis on the opening of developing countries to global markets, and/or with what they see as an excessive focus on strengthening the influence of domestic market forces, arguably at the expense of key functions of the state. For other commentators reviewed below, the point at issue is less what is included in the Consensus than what is missing , including such areas as institution-building and targeted efforts to improve opportunities for the weakest in society. Despite these areas of controversy, a great many writers and development institutions would by now accept the more general proposition that strategies need to be tailored to the specific circumstances of individual countries.
The Washington Post is a major US newspaper
Washington, D.C., formally the District of Columbia and commonly referred to as Washington, "the District", or simply D.C., is the capital of the United States. On July 16, 17…90, the United States Congress approved the creation of a special district to serve as the permanent national capital as permitted by the U.S. Constitution. The District is therefore not a part of any U.S. state and is instead directly overseen by the federal government. Washington DC is the home to many national landmarks. These include the White House, Arlington National Cemetery, and the Smithsonian Institution. Duke Ellington was one of many well known Americans that called Washington DC home. Washington D.C. is a Federal District, a single city under the control of the Federal Government (the central government of the United States), without regards to any locality. Even though the city has it's own City Council, the US Congress may overrule any decisions made by them, as Congress has sole power over the district. It is the Capital of the United States of America.
Washington Irving was born on April 3, 1783.
Washingtons state grass is BlueBunch Wheatgrass?
The state of Washington is located in the Pacific Northwest. It is near the states of Oregon and Idaho as well as British Columbia in Canada.
it has three red stars on the top with a white backround and two red lines your r mostly welcome if this worked if not just go to google images lol!:3