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When you ride a bike or jump rope, knowledge of the science behind the actions won't help you perform them as well as practice will. Test prep is more than content review, it puts fundamental test-taking strategies and skills into practice so that you can best utilize all that stuff you worked so hard to learn. Your 90-day LSAT prep course includes six full-length practice tests, 30 online workshops, and more than 800 real LSAT questions with explanations. The three-month-long GMAT course includes eight lessons to raise your score, 300 simulated GMAT questions with explanations, and five full-length computer adaptive tests.
4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
Westchester Restaurant in Washington's Cathedral - Wesley Heights - McLean Gardens neighborhood offers a gourmet range of tasty Turkish fare. Low-fat is not a term Westchester Restaurant throws around but delicious is! Westchester Restaurant is well-known for being able to seat large parties. You can also grab your food to go. Catering from Westchester Restaurant will take your party to the next level. A nearby parking lot is readily available for Westchester Restaurant's diners. It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Westchester Restaurant for a great bite.
4000 Cathedral Avenue Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
There may be fancier spots for pet gear around town, but when it comes to the basics for the family dog, cat, rabbit or fish, Pro Feed Pet Nutrition Center is top-notch. The Palisades store is stocked with everything from dry and canned food to leashes and pet beds. Pro Feed doubles as a pet version of GNC, with nutritional supplements and health aids for animals with allergies, anxiety or digestive issues. For those who like doggy fashion, Pro Feed sells hair and nail styling tools, and also has a range of dog footwear, including novelty tennis shoes for pups.
5104 MacArthur Blvd NW
Washington,
DC
US
Palisades Pizzeria & Clam Bar quells the avaricious appetites of neighborhood foodies with an abundance of devourable disks, with handmade New York–style thin crust and a battery of fresh toppings and vegetables. Pizza-starved patrons may pile their choice of topping upon the doughy base, crowning the ziggurat of monumental deliciousness with traditional slice-stuffs such as pepperoni or sausage or bolder pie paraphernalia, including feta cheese, pesto, or broccoli florets. Or opt for a less-circular selection, such an eight-inch deli sandwich (including pastrami, roast beef, and turkey sandwiches, all $8.50 or 8.99 with cheese), buffalo wings ($7), or lasagne ($10.95).
4885 MacArthur Blvd NW
Washington,
DC
US
Though the stylists at The Red Room Hair and Spa can imbue hair with a full spectrum of colors, it’s clear which is their favorite. Their salon’s most striking feature is its scarlet interior, whose drama is only heightened by the glow that emanates from a crystal chandelier overhead. Such a setting might draw attention away from a staff of lesser calibre, but it fails to outshine their precision hair services and spa treatments that cleanse the body of hair, dead cells, and clingy turtlenecks.
4115 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington,
DC
US
Today's Groupon takes you to a nicely balconied land with freshly laundered sheets, immaculate bathrooms, well-vacuumed carpet, and tiny, tiny shampoos. Book a night at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa, and see Bedford Springs in all its colors (Bedford Springs has more than half of the colors on the ROYGBIV spectrum, as well as six undiscovered colors visible only to the pure of heart). Often seen lugging his typewriter through the lobby, Bringher is still writing at the breakneck pace of two novellas a week, although his subject matter has become distracted as the years have passed. Here are the last few additions to the MSB oeuvre:
4115 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington,
DC
US
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