Whitehall


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a wide street in London stretching from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament

the British civil service

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They know--and shall know--nothing of Whitehall Terrace.
We will go straight to Whitehall Terrace and bring the matter to a head.
When we had ten in, our boat we drew back, and the second Whitehall was loaded.
Two other Whitehalls followed us, and as the moon now shone brightly, we easily made out the oyster pirates on their lonely shoal.
He was hardly out of sight of his own offices when he was overtaken by a friend, who was also walking in the direction of Whitehall.
Tear up your letter of introduction, and don't stir a step further in the direction of Whitehall.
He went on to Whitehall, and he tried the detective police.
It was acted by the gentlemen of the Inner Temple "before the Queen's most excellent Majestie in her highness' Court of Whitehall the 18th day of January, 1561.
Today Whitehall had been transformed: it would be the turn of Regent Street tomorrow.
Later on, in the wider space of Whitehall, all visual evidences of motion became imperceptible.
John's to Whitehall - which I praise very highly, but no more than it deserves, when I say that it is superior even to that in which we went from Queenston to Toronto, or to that in which we travelled from the latter place to Kingston, or I have no doubt I may add to any other in the world.
We reached Whitehall, where we were to disembark, at six next morning; and might have done so earlier, but that these steamboats lie by for some hours in the night, in consequence of the lake becoming very narrow at that part of the journey, and difficult of navigation in the dark.
After breakfasting at Whitehall, we took the stage-coach for Albany: a large and busy town, where we arrived between five and six o'clock that afternoon; after a very hot day's journey, for we were now in the height of summer again.
Going out that night to walk (for I kept retired while it was light), I found a crowd assembled round a placard posted at Whitehall.
Morgan", said Tim Page, managing partner and head of capital markets at Whitehall.