Quantico


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Quan·ti·co

 (kwän′tĭ-kō′)
A town of northwest Virginia on the Potomac River south-southwest of Alexandria. A US Marine Corps base was established here in 1918.
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Veteran actor Anupam Kher met Priyanka Chopra on the sets of her TV show Quantico in New York, and he posted photographs from their meeting on Twitter on Thursday morning.
She has now become a Western TV star in FBI thriller Quantico and is a hit in Hollywood, playing baddie Victoria Leeds in film reboot of TV's Baywatch.
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PRIYANKA Chopra will romance Jake McLaughlin, hero of the hit US television show Believe , when she makes her American small screen debut in the pilot episode of an upcoming drama show, Quantico .
Other than the military checkpoints that protect the access roads, downtown Quantico, Virginia, could be any small town in America.
com)-- The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC) announced today that it will provide communications support for the FDNY-Marine Corps Association Iron and Steel Run - NYC to Quantico, VA on October 4, 2014.
Each chapter begins with a useful table showing how many and what type of aircraft were at Quantico in each year.
Master Sergeant Craig Blenis, who served as a counselor at the Quantico military base where the WikiLeaks suspect was detained, said the gender issue "on top of other things" was a factor that determined his detention status.
This summer camp has been a true asset to families assigned to Quantico, however, all military families are not stationed at Quantico.
As independent research organization made these tests with about one-tenth of the Marines at Quantico, Va.
Spencer, died Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at the Quantico Marine Base, Quantico, Va.