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George Washington trailed Virginia Commonwealth in several categories, but the first leg of Sunday's BB&T Classic at Verizon Center ultimately came down to one factor: One team had Bradford Burgess, and the other did not.
Liberty and Peace, a pair of 19-month-old turkeys, were recently plucked from their Minnesota farm and brought to the District, never to see their friends or family members again.
Mike Lonergan left Vermont's Patrick Gymnasium with a memento of a championship season earlier this year.
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As an heir to the Wal-Mart fortune, Alice Walton had the means to buy almost any piece of art on the market. So she scooped up one masterpiece after another: an iconic portrait of
As an heir to the Wal-Mart fortune, Alice Walton had the means to buy almost any piece of art on the market. So she scooped up one masterpiece after another: an iconic portrait of George Washington, romantic landscapes from the 19th century, a Norman Rockwell classic.
George Washington is five seasons removed from its last NCAA tournament appearance.
Paul Johnson has written several concise biographies for general audiences about a wide array of landmark historic figures such as Churchill, Jesus, Napoleon and George Washington. In these minibiographies, he certainly has demonstrated a proven knack for distilling complex biographical issues into accessible stories of about 200 pages.
The habits and beliefs of the Founding Fathers are subject to constant historical revision, but this much we know to be true and factual: George Washington loved his wine.