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How to use Washingtonian in a sentence
The action was especially notable because Washingtonian staff have no union, which typically affords employees protection for engaging in collective action such as strikes.Washingtonian staff goes on publishing strike after CEO’s op-ed about remote work | Elahe Izadi | May 7, 2021 | Washington Post
The CEO of Washingtonian on Friday morning apologized to the magazine’s staffers for a Washington Post op-ed in which she appeared to threaten her employees’ job status should they not return full-time to the office upon reopening.Washingtonian CEO Apologizes for Op-Ed ‘Threat’ to Staffers’ Jobs if They Don’t Return to Office | Maxwell Tani | May 7, 2021 | The Daily Beast
“Teenage boys are frequently confused,” one prominent Washingtonian once said by way of describing a tumultuous period in which he himself had used marijuana — and harder drugs.The losing fight to keep marijuana smokers out of federal government | Philip Bump | March 19, 2021 | Washington Post
In a statement, she said that “almost every Washingtonian has their own Dave Thomas Circle horror story.”D.C. acquires ‘Dave Thomas Circle’ on New York Avenue through eminent domain | Dana Hedgpeth | February 2, 2021 | Washington Post
Robin Nunn is a Washingtonian, long-time resident of Dupont Circle and Rainbow Caucus candidate for ANC 2B03.
The Spies Next Door By Matt Mendelsohn - Washingtonian Great espionage stories are hiding in neighborhoods all over Washington.
As a long-time Washingtonian, I know many lovely people who have gone into lobbying.
Although he thought of himself as a true Washingtonian, he was a true internationalist.
The Informant Kevin Charles Redmond, Washingtonian It was one of the worst killing sprees in Washington history.
He did, however, battle alcoholism as a teenager, which led to a stint in rehab, according to Washingtonian magazine.Michelle Laxalt’s Awful Secret: A Baby With Pete Domenici | Lauren Ashburn | February 21, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
According to the Washingtonian custom, one of the new photographs appeared the following Sunday in each of the four newspapers.The Cup of Fury | Rupert Hughes
They possess usually a kind of sobriety which may almost be called Washingtonian.Letters from a Father to His Son Entering College | Charles Franklin Thwing
It was all doped up by a fellow in the Washingtonian Home, who thought he owed a lot to me.Twenty Years a Detective in the Wickedest City in the World | Clifton R. Wooldridge
Through the great Washingtonian movement in Ohio, sixty thousand took the pledge.The Abominations of Modern Society | Rev. T. De Witt Talmage
The Washingtonian society was a strong temperance organization at that time.Boys' and Girls' Biography of Abraham Lincoln | James H. Shaw
British Dictionary definitions for Washingtonian
of or relating to the city or state of Washington or their inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of the city or state of Washington
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