Before, Columbia Records would have looked at someone like her and thought it was a slam dunk.
Last year, President Bush tapped the former ambassador to Columbia, William Wood, to become U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan.
Today, Barnard struggles to have a calling card beyond its location in New York and its affiliation with Columbia.
A few weeks before the settlement, Bisek lost a related court case in the District of Columbia.
All 10 of the least armed (including the District of Columbia) voted for Barack Obama.
The Sokulks dwell north of the confluence of the Snake and Columbia.
It has also passed a model child-labor law for the District of Columbia.
The beauty of irrigation on the Columbia is that it can be made to pump itself.
Its name is suggestive of Columbia, and our country is often called by that name.
That night the town was desolate, for all who could do so fled to Aiken or Columbia.
poetic name for United States of America, earlier for the British colonies there, 1730s, also the nation's female personification, from name of Christopher Columbus (also see Colombia) with Latin "country" ending -ia. A popular name for places and institutions in the U.S. in the post-Revolutionary years, when former tributes to king and crown were out of fashion: e.g. Columbia University (New York, U.S.) founded in 1754 as King's College; re-named 1784. Also District of Columbia (1791, as Territory of Columbia); "Hail, Columbia" (Joseph Hopkinson, 1798), Barlow's "Columbiad" (1809).
State in the southeastern United States, bordered by North Carolina to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the south and east, and Georgia to the south and west. Its capital and largest city is Columbia.
Note: One of the thirteen colonies.
Note: One of the Confederate states during the Civil War.