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Foggy Bottom

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  1. Foggy Bottom: [geographical name] section of Washington, D.C., near the Potomac River where the headquarters of the U.S. Department of State is located.
  2. Foggy Bottom n. The US Department of State. [From the location of the Department of State in a low-lying area of Washington, DC, near the Potomac River.] Fog′gy Bot′tom n. 1. a low-lying area bordering the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. 2. the U.S. Department of State, which has offices located in this area. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated.
  3. The Foggy Bottom Historic District is comprised primarily of private residences and, except for a single alley warehouse and a few buildings built as corner stores, only rowhouses survive. They form a cohesive neighborhood of modest dwellings, built in a limited range of materials and styles. Primarily flat-fronted structures, the rowhouses are.
  4. Foggy Bottom was the first settlement in the area that is now Washington, D.C. While no one is quite sure how Foggy Bottom got its unusual name, the most common explanation involves the damp fog that used to roll over from the Potomac River on muggy evenings to blanket the neighborhood.
  5. Welcome to Foggy Bottom BBQ! Faith, family and food. We are located at 85 Ray Rd, Loganville, GA Our phone number is We look forward to seeing you soon!
  6. Located on the George Washington University campus, this station sits under the George Washington University Hospital and is walking or biking distance to the Georgetown/M Street corridor.
  7. Welcome to Foggy Bottom Canoe and Kayak Rentals, Nashville, Tennessee. Call us for Reservations at Check out our FaceBook page for current rates, updates and become our friend. Foggy Bottom Rocks Come with us and canoe Nashville on the scenic Harpeth River. We're the place to come if you want to canoe Tennessee rivers.

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