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Columbia Heights

noun

  1. a city in SE Minnesota, near Minneapolis.


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The family, struggling financially, landed in a house that had belonged to Marcus’s uncle in the Columbia Heights neighborhood.

So, when Friend approached the Columbia Heights resident about working on his autobiographical project, Ramsey-Zoe didn’t hesitate to accept.

Noah, who lives near Columbia Heights, said since May 2020 he’s had two or three meetups a month with the same two friends.

The swearing-in ceremony was delayed because Contee went to the shooting scene in the 3300 block of Georgia Avenue NW, north of the Howard University campus and east of Columbia Heights.

Stations were eventually constructed along 7th Street in the Shaw neighborhood, on 14th Street in Columbia Heights and along the U Street commercial corridor.

Back at Columbia Heights Village, Mary bemoans the rising rents that gentrification has caused.

Her family now chides her for having moved to up-and-coming Columbia Heights.

Never before had two "really, truly Navy girls" been inmates of Columbia Heights and it sent a wild flutter through many hearts.

He had come to Columbia Heights highly recommended by the father of one of its pupils and had assumed undisputed control.

At all events he was now a part of Columbia Heights and all within it's precincts came within his kindly solicitude.

Foxy Grandpa was evidently too dull to be critical and Columbia Heights was at a safe distance.

In two minutes an alarm was turned in and the engines were tearing toward Columbia Heights.

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