pentagon

[ pen-tuh-gon, -guh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pentagon
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Apparently he got his communication from the Pentagon about the time I got mine.

The field within the pentagon is particularly rich in clusters.

We saw the first transmission of this from the tape at the Pentagon.

"Negative," said the voice from the Pentagon, irritatingly GI.

Don heard a gasp from the Pentagon—or it might have come from the White House.

"Offer him the formula for fusion," Frank Fogarty's voice said from the Pentagon.

(2b) Hence also the high esteem in which the pentagon was held by the Pythagoreans.

Better perhaps the alembic and the pentagon than the faro-table and the dice-box.

At nine (this was Friday morning) she and Walt were back in the Pentagon.

Political maneuvering was not his problem, that was between Pentagon and Congress.

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