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Question 1: ________
111th United States CongressList of United States federal legislation110th United States CongressUnited States Congress

Question 2: [9] The National Shrine stands as the tallest building in Washington, D.C., excluding the ________.
Washington MonumentUnited States CapitolWhite HouseJefferson Memorial

Question 3: ________
List of tallest buildings in Washington, D.C.List of tallest buildings in Jersey CityList of tallest buildings by U.S. stateList of tallest buildings in Atlanta

Question 4: [2] The original act restricted the heights of any type of building in the United States capital city of Washington, D.C., to be less than the ________ building.
United States CongressUnited States CapitolRussell Senate Office BuildingUnited States Senate

Question 5: [1] The original act was passed in 1899 when the ________ passed the Heights of Buildings Act of 1899.
54th United States Congress55th United States Congress56th United States Congress57th United States Congress

Question 6: The Heights of Buildings Act of 1910 (DC ST ยง 6-601) was an Act of Congress passed by the ________ on June 1, 1910 to limit the height of buildings in Washington, D.C.

Question 7: The ________, completed in 1959, was granted an exemption to the law by the District Zoning Commission.
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of WashingtonRoman Catholic Archdiocese of BaltimoreBasilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate ConceptionHistory of the Catholic Church







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