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  • Whitehouse, Ohio has an elevation of 653 feet. Whitehouse is asmall town and has a population of only 3,500 residents.

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  • Answer: Whitehouse, Ohio has an elevation of 653 feet. Whitehouse is asmall town and has a population of only 3,500 residents.
  • Answer: The first official usage of "White House" with reference to the residence of the President of the United States of America was formally adopted in 1901 when Theodore Roosevelt used it on his stationary. The first recorded usage dates from 1811, (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House).
  • Answer: IT WAS AUGUST 24, 1814 WHEN THE WHITE HOSE WAS BURNED.IT WAS ALSO BURNED IN 1901.
  • Answer: The only nickname i have heard for the whitehouse is the oval office.
  • Answer: Many people have claimed to have seen ghosts. Here is a list.
    1. School kids on a field trip claimed to have seen all 43 presidents in the back garden.
    2. Guests to the White House have slept in the Lincoln Bedroom and have claimed to have seen Lincoln himself.
    3. This is all they have found.

  • Answer: The White house is the home of each president. The address of thishouse is, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Washington, DC. 20500.
  • Answer: About 55,000 square feet.
  • Answer: How many presidents have lived in the White House.  
  • Answer: James Hoban. He began construction in 1792, and it was overseen by President George Washington. It was completed in 1800, and the first president to live there was John Adams.
  • Answer: During the War of 1812, the British sacked Washington DC. James Madison had to flee the Executive Mansion to evade capture. His wife, Dolly Madison, also fled and managed to save many important works of art, including a famous painting of George Washington. The British made their way to the Executive Mansion and burned it. After the war, it was painted white to cover up the soot, and became known as the White House.ADDED: While the original answer is technically correct, I believe the questioner is asking about more recent history. President Harry S. Truman had to move out of the White House when it was discovered that the floors and foundation of the building were deteriorated and crumbling from age. During the White House renovation he lived across Pennsylavania Avenue from the White House in the "Blair House."
  • Answer: An ST elevation could possibly be acute Ischemia and if you were given this information in accordance with a recent ECG or EKG i would not hesitate to get a second opinion or check yourself into the nearest hospital for further examination. The ST segment of an ECG represents ventricular repolarization. This basically means that the cardiomyocytes in the heart and preparing for the heart to beat once again, preparing for another cardiac cycle. When their appear to be changes in the ST segment then this represents the hearts inability to sufficiently prepare for a reoccuring cardiac cycle and may cause significant damage leading to such illnesses or medical issues as Ischaemia and even chronic cardiac failure.