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Topic - Tom Washington
Cartier Martin has been biding his time at the end of the Wizards bench, patiently waiting for his chance to play. He got it on Wednesday night at American Airlines Center as the Wizards took on the Dallas Mavericks. Martin scored 14 points in 10 minutes on 5 of 6 from the floor as the Wizards lost 107-101, a game that was headed toward a blowout if not for Martin's efforts.
Pieces of George Washington's original coffin, instruments he used to survey land and documents that include letters, land deeds and wills are expected to be part of an upcoming auction in Dallas.
NBA Official Tom Washington, left, explains a replay decision to Orlando Magic head coach Jacque Vaughn during the second half of an NBA basketball game on Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/Reinhold Matay)
"People can read these to get a sense of the times: There's a recipe for making cement," said Tom Washington, 62, a career counselor in Kirkland, Wash., and a descendent of George Washington's brother, John Augustine Washington.