A few weeks before the settlement, Bisek lost a related court case in the district of Columbia.
An obscure process of country, district, and state conventions exists to appoint these delegates to the national convention.
She had first introduced the legislation five years earlier, after a shooting in her district in 2002.
From 2006 to 2010, the district was almost entirely under Taliban control, the scene of some of the worst fighting in Afghanistan.
Jason Olsen, the district spokesman for Salt Lake City schools might do well to remember that most basic of biological facts.
But after Dayton's return with his prisoners you will be my representative in that district.
He found the district to the north to be a dreary waste, destitute of food and water.
And if they are asked why, they answer: ‘There are three great evils in our district!’
It has also passed a model child-labor law for the district of Columbia.
The reference was to the safe in which the old people in the district stored their gains.
1610s, "territory under the jurisdiction of a lord or officer," from French district (16c.), from Medieval Latin districtus "restraining of offenders, jurisdiction," then under the feudal system "area of jurisdiction," noun use of past participle of Latin distringere "hinder, detain" (see distress). Used vaguely of "any tract of land" from 1712. District attorney attested by 1789, American English.