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Likewise, Republican Whit Ayres commented "We are accustomed to thinking about "soccer moms", "Hispanics" or "values voters.
Why not venture beyond the threshold this Whit, and explore both what is close by and as yet undiscovered, as well as that favourite part of North Wales you head for whenever you can?
Francis Shergold (born 1919) first became involved by carrying the coats of the morris dancers on Whit Monday 1935.
Whit said Kemmons' entire speech consisted of that joke, with him and his son allegedly engaged in the dialogue.
A dog area is still in the plans for Whit Carter Park, but city officials have heard from some pet owners who think that park would be too remote.
During the 1940s, Whit Ozier wrote many love songs, some bouncy and some sentimental, in the pop music style of the times.
Not only do you get a fascinating lead character in the shape of laid- back small town judge Whit Mosley - but also a genuinely gripping thriller.
Today's Austrians may he splendid fellows, but the cheering mob that greeted Hitler in Vienna in 1938 was not a whit less fervent than the throngs of Germans who cheered him at Nuremberg or when he renamed to Berlin from a conquered France in 1940.
As Whit Monday, it was one of three occasional 'holy days' linked with Christian festivals.
Sine received the Ruth Whit Media Award for her lifelong editorial efforts in covering the crop protection industry, especially in the Midwest.
Whit said to Rog: "You're welcome to a lift back, Rogers, but we're stopping a Shades Wine Bar first".
Pollster Whit Ayres said that the survey indicates that New Hampshire Republican primary voters are satisfied with their managed care plans and are more concerned about the federal government making too many, rather than too few changes in the health care system.
The yuppies huddle just before the fade-out of Whit Stillman's The Last Days of Disco, mourning the demise of the great club years and speculating that it may have had something to do with the outbreak of herpes.
To evaluate how these new standards of male heterosexuality were received, Whit focuses on the lives of nine men married to New Women, couples who moved primarily in the elite literary and journalistic circles of the 1920s.
NBC4 Southern California today announced that Whit Johnson will join the station this fall.