Potomac

[tug] Built in 2007, Potomac is the seventh {sclass-|Patapsco|tugboat} built for Vane Brothers Company. Potomac was designed by Frank Basile of Entech & Associates, and built by Thoma-Sea Boat Builders in Houma, Louisiana. ...
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Potomac

[currency] The Potomac is a local currency that circulates in the National Capital region of the United States. It was introduced informally in early 2009 at a series of community swap meets called Potomac Potlatches and launched May 3, 2009 by EcolocityDC at the Forum on Faith, Economy & Ecology organized by the Maryknoll Office for Global...
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Potomac

Potomac is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Potomac

Burning Pines River, a river between Maryland & VA.
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Potomac

[n] - a river in the east central United States 2. [n] - terms sometimes used to refer to Washington D.C.
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Potomac

Potomac River noun a river in the east central United States; rises in West Virginia in the Appalachian Mountains and flows eastward, forming the boundary between Maryland and Virginia, to the Chesapeake Bay
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Potomac

Potomac (putō'muk) , river, 285 mi (459 km) long, formed SE of Cumberland, Md., by the confluence of its North and South branches and flowing generally SE to Chesapeake Bay. It forms part of the boundary between Maryland and West Virginia and then separates Virginia from both Maryland and ...
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Potomac

River of the eastern USA, forming the boundaries between West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland states. Rising in the Allegheny Mountains, it flows 459 km/285 mi southeast into Chesapeake Bay. It is created by the confluence of the North Potomac, 153 km/95 mi long, and South Potomac, 209 km/130 mi long, and its chief tributaries are the ...
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