a major thoroughfare in Washington, D.C. known for the offices of think tanks, lobbyists, lawyers, and advocacy groups
Watch out for the guys from K Street.
He wants to get the hell out of there, go to k street, make a few million a year, and spend more time golfing.
Then again, I agree with some of the policies urged by k street lobbyists too.
Mother Church can be rigid, but at times—bless her—she can think like a $700-an-hour k street lawyer.
We want public officials with fewer ties to k street and lobbyists and who have paid the taxes they owed.
What Wall Street and k street want, Wall Street and k street do not necessarily get.
I'd love for the Davids to address their de facto allegiance with k street and Trent Lott.
The one he gave them was 2618 k street, and is still standing.
We slept on the bare floors, as we had done in k street, but had the additional comfort of some of the wooden benches to sit on.
We glided up the long level of k street,—once a cheerful busy thoroughfare, now distressing in its silent desolation.
We glided up the long level of k street—once a cheerful, busy thoroughfare, now distressing in its silent desolation.