capitol

  1. the federal government of the United States
  2. the government building in Washington where the United States Senate and the House of Representatives meet

capitol

The centre of a town.

Capitol

The corner-stone of the Capitol building at Washington was laid by President George Washington, September 18, 1793. The north wing was completed on November 17th, 1800. The south wing-was completed in 1808, and the interior of both was burned by the British on August 24th, 1814. Reconstruction was begun in 1815. The foundation of the main building ...
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Capitol

[n] - the federal government of the United States 2. [n] - the government building in Washington where the United States Senate and the House of Representatives meet
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Capitol

Cap'i·tol [ Latin capitolium , from caput head: confer French capitole . See Chief .] 1. The temple of Jupiter, at Rome, on the Mona Capitolinus, where the Senate met. « Comes Cæsar to the Capitol to- morrow? Shak. » 2. The edifice at Washington occu...
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Capitol

Capitol Building noun the government building in Washington where the United States Senate and the House of Representatives meet
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Capitol

• The temple of Jupiter, at Rome, on the Mona Capitolinus, where the Senate met. • The edifice at Washington occupied by the Congress of the United States; also, the building in which the legislature of State holds its sessions; a statehouse.
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capitol

capitol 1. The government building in Washington where the United States Senate and the House of Representatives meet. 2. A building or group of buildings in which a state legislature meets and where other state government offices may be housed. 3. Etymology: from the 14th century via French from Latin Capitolium, the temple of Jupiter Optimus Ma...
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Capitol

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Capitol

[Caltrain station] Capitol Station is located across from the intersection of Monterey Highway(CA 82) and Fehren Drive. The station parking lot is on the northeast corner of Monterey Highway and Fehren Drive and a pedestrian crosswalk spans from the parking lot to the station. ==Platforms and tracks== ==Station Amenities== ...
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Capitol

Capitol, in Rome: see Capitoline Hill.
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Capitol

Capitol, seat of the U.S. government at Washington, D.C. It is the city's dominating monument, built on an elevated site that was chosen by George Washington in consultation with Major Pierre L'Enfant. The building as it now stands took many years to build and is the result of the work of several ar...
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Capitol

[VTA] ==Location== Capitol station is located in the median of State Route 87, near the intersection with Capitol Expressway in San Jose, California. ==Station layout== ==Station amenities== ==Connecting transit== ...
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[disambiguation] Restaurants originating in California. ...
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Capitol

[Williamsburg, Virginia] The Capitol at Williamsburg, Virginia housed the House of Burgesses of the Colony of Virginia from 1705, when the capital was relocated there from Jamestown, until 1779, when the capital was relocated to Richmond. Two capitol buildings served the colony on the same site: the first from 1705 until its destruction by ...
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Capitol

[board game] Capitol is a German-style building game set in the ancient Roman Empire, designed by Aaron Weissblum and Alan R. Moon. The game was published by Schmidt Spiele in 2001. It was redeveloped into a quicker-playing card game named Clocktowers and published by Jolly Roger Games. == Gameplay == Capitol is played in 4 rounds and each ...
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[collection] Capitol (1979) was Orson Scott Card`s second published book. This collection of eleven short stories set in the Worthing series is no longer in print. However six of the stories have been reprinted in The Worthing Saga (1990) and one of them in Maps in a Mirror (1990). == Story list == The short stories in this book are: ==Edit...
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Capitol

A capitol is a building in which a legislature meets, including: Capitol may also refer to: ...
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capitol

a building occupied by a state legislature
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