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Jim Webb print that pageTimeline of Jim Webb

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Life and career 1.1 Early life 1.2 Education 1.3 Personal life 1.4 Military service 1.5 Post -military 2 United States Senate 2.1 2006 Senate campaign 2.2 Senator-elect 2.2.1 Tense exchange with President Bush 2.3 110th Congress 2.4 2009 visit to Southeast Asia

George Will print that page

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journalism Will served as an editor for National Review from 1972 to 1978. He joined the Washington Post Writers Group in 1974, writing a syndicated twice-weekly column, which became widely circulated among newspapers across the country. In 1976, he became a contributing editor for Newsweek

Bob McDonnell print that page

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McDonnell was elected as the Governor of Virginia on the back of the campaign slogan, "Bob's for Jobs" , [ 1 ] defeating Democratic state Senator Creigh Deeds by a 17-point margin in a 2009 general election marked by the late-2000s recession . McDonnell was inaugurated on January 16, 2010

Michael Wilbon print that page

Wilbon began working for The Washington Post in 1980 after summer internships at the newspaper in 1979 and 1980. [ 2 ] He covered college sports, Major League Baseball , the National Football League and the National Basketball Association before being promoted to full-time columnist in

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John Sweeney (labor leader) print that page

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Born in The Bronx , New York , Sweeney is the son of Joseph (a city bus driver) and Agnes (a domestic worker), both Irish immigrants. The family moved to Yonkers in 1944, where Sweeney attended St. Barnabas Elementary School and graduated from Cardinal Hayes High School. Sweeney's father

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority print that page

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The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (often abbreviated as WMATA and commonly referred to as Metro ) is a tri-jurisdictional government agency that operates transit service in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area , including the Metrorail , Metrobus and MetroAccess . WMATA

Rick Santorum print that page

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regarding WMDs in Iraq 5.10 Animal rights 5.11 ACLU suit 5.12 Other 6 2006 campaign 7 Post -Senate career 8 2012 presidential campaign 9 Works 10 References 11 External links Early life, education, and legal career Santorum was born in Winchester, Virginia , and raised

Silver Line (Washington Metro) print that page

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The Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project , informally dubbed the Silver Line after its color on planning maps, is an extension of the Washington Metro rapid transit system, currently under construction with the goal of providing rapid transit service to Dulles International Airport and Tysons

George Allen (U.S. politician) print that pageTimeline of George Allen (U.S. politician)

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Allen was born in Whittier , California. Allen's father, George Herbert Allen , was a legendary NFL coach who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002. [ 2 ] During the 2006 senatorial campaign it was revealed that Allen's mother, Henrietta Lumbroso , was born to Sephardic

Maryland Route 200 print that page

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Virginia Manor Road in Laurel Option to Extend to US 1 in Laurel at a later date Highway system Maryland highway system Interstate  • US  • State  • Minor  • Former  • Turnpikes ← MD 198 MD 201 → Maryland Route 200 ( MD 200 ), more commonly known