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whittle something or someone down

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English aeronautical engineer who invented the jet aircraft engine (1907-1996)

cut small bits or pare shavings from

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The project will take around 16 weeks to complete and will see workers: | | | Re-aligning kerbs at Whittle Arch and the entrance to Pool Meadow opposite Priory Street | | Creating a wider pedestrian section under Whittle Arch | Placing a new pedestrian guard rail and improved paving at Whittle Arch | | Levelling the area outside the Britannia Hotel and a new zebra crossing near to the hotel | | | Creating a new pedestrian refuge at the Fairfax Street entrance to Pool Meadow Coventry City Council says that there is likely to be disruption throughout the works with road closures and alterations to pedestrian routes expected on occasions.
Whittle helped Britain win 4x400m gold at the 1986 European Championships despite losing a shoe as he took the baton on the third leg.
Mr Whittle said: "When we closed King Street to move into our brand new shop, we kept the ground floor at King Street open for a few weeks to clear our old stock and it proved very popular.
Sergeant Whittle had a long and distinguished career in the Australian Army and Royal Navy, originally fighting in the Boer War before being deployed in World War One.
Every day, 69-year-old Norman Whittle walked from his home in the Scottish town of Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, to tell his wife Ann what was happening in his life.
THE Prehistoric Society comes to the Welsh capital to celebrate the achievements of Cardiff University archaeologist Professor Alasdair Whittle with the Europa Conference.
PLAID Cymru AM Lindsay Whittle has questioned a PS160,000 increase in the upkeep of the judges' official residence in Cardiff.
All you need to whittle is a knife, a piece of wood, and a bit of leisure time.
Trust member Colin Whittle, however, claims that no such agreement had been in place.
That worries attorney Dan Whittle, Cuba program director at the New York-based Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
CHARTERED surveyors Whittle Jones North East has moved from Newcastle city centre to more modern offices at Silverlink Business Park.
A judge told Ian Whittle, 34, he had played an important role in the "supply chain" of Class A drugs as he sentenced him to three-anda-half years.
An inquest heard Stephen Whittle, 50, had suffered from anxiety and depression since the tragic match in April, 1989, which claimed the lives of 96 Liverpool fans.
It currently 100 people and, like Brook & Whittle, serves blue chip clients in the personal care, beverage and food sectors, both in the US and in Canada.
WASHINGTON, April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Washington Times has announced that it has named Williams Whittle advertising agency as its advertising and creative agency of record.