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Tintagel Old Post Office
   is located in the county of   
Cornwall
14th-century stone house
Circumlocution Office
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Government department, from "Little Dorrit"
Charles Bukowski
   wrote   
Post Office
His first novel, 1971. Post Office may be said to be an autobiographical account of Bukowski's later years.
651
   represents   
Office Services
The Vice President's Office
   has the secret sevice codename   
Cobweb
Edgar Rice Burroughs
   is buried in   
Burroughs Office Building, CA, USA
Author, d. 1950; under the walnut tree in the front office
The First US President to Visit China While in Office Was John F Kennedy
   is   
False
It was Richard Nixon
Marshall Matt Dillon's Office Was Located on Main Street in Dodge City
   is   
False
Located on front Street
W. Harrison, Taylor, F. Roosevelt, Harding
   are all   
American Presidents Who Died of Natural Causes While in Office
Lincoln, McKinley, Kennedy, Garfield
   are all   
American Presidents Assassinated While in Office
1954
   the winner was   
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
An international relief agency founded by the UN in 1951
1981
   the winner was   
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
An international relief agency founded by the UN in 1951
Scrantonicity
   are a musical band who appear on   
The Office (U.S.)
Dunderheads
   are fans of   
The Office (US)
Mary Recruitment Office
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese and Idle
Mr Man applying at Mary (Army) Recruiting: "Yes. I was just thinking, you know, if it was possible for me to have my choice ... I'd prefer to be in the Women's Royal Amy Corps." R.S.M.: "Well, I'm afraid that the people that recruit here normally go straight into the Scots Guards." Mr Man: "Which is all... men... I suppose?" R.S.M.: "Yes it is." Mr Man: "Yes. Are there any regiments which are more effeminate than others?" R.S.M.: "Well, no sir. I mean, apart from the Marines, they're all dead butch."
Initech
   is a fictional company in   
Office Space (1999)
Wernham-Hogg
   is a fictional company in   
The Office (UK)
Dunder Mifflin
   is a fictional company in   
The Office (US)
The Office
   featured the character   
Malcolm
Played by Robin Hooper
The Office
   featured the character   
Jennifer
Played by Stirling Gallacher
The Office
   featured the character   
Gareth
Played by MacKenzie Crook
The Office
   featured the character   
David Brent
Played by Ricky Gervais
The Office (UK Version)
   is set in   
Slough
The Office (US Version)
   is set in   
Scranton
Office
   in Danish is   
Kontor
Empleomania
   is an obsession with   
Holding Public Office
Office
   in Filipino is   
Opisina
Office
   in Welsh is   
Swyddfa
Tip the Office
   is hobo slang for   
To Warn a Fellow Hobo by Giving a Signal
Office
   in German is   
Büro
Impeach
   is defined as   
To Charge a Public Official With an Offence or Misdemeanor Committed While in Office
Post Office
   in Creole is   
Lapos
Newspaper Office
   in Creole is   
Ofis Jounal
Office
   in Portuguese is   
Escritório
Office
   in French is   
Bureau
Office
   in Italian is   
Ufficio
Front End
   is carnival lingo for   
Concessions and Office
Draw
   is carnival lingo for   
Money Provided to a Carney by the Office Before It is Earned
Office
   is carnival lingo for   
A Trailer from Which the Carnival Owner Runs His Business
Norman Lamont
   said   
"We Give the Impression of Being in Office but Not in Power"
English politician, former Conservative Mp for Kingston-upon-Thames
Vida Goldstein
   was/were the first   
Woman to Run for a National Office in the British Empire
1902
William Henry Harrison
   was the   
Shortest Time in Office
Died one month after being elected; 9th President
Gerald Ford
   was the   
Only President Never Elected to Office
Took office upon the resignation of Richard Nixon
James K. Polk
   was the   
Shortest Lived President After Leaving Office
103 days
James K. Polk
   was the   
First President to Be Photographed While in Office
1849
Rudolf Bing
   said   
"It is So Much Worse to Be a Mediocre Artist Than to Be a Mediocre Post Office Clerk"
Austrian-born opera impresario
Cliff Richard
   was formerly employed as an   
Office Clerk
Jeremiah S. Chechik
   directed   
Head Office (1986)
Office Space (1999)
   contains the line   
"Excuse Me. You - I Believe You Have My Stapler?"
Hood in Augustine's Office
   was played by Arnie in   
The Long Goodbye (1973)






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