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Synonyms for Whitehead

English philosopher and mathematician who collaborated with Bertrand Russell (1861-1947)

a small whitish lump in the skin due to a clogged sebaceous gland

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Winning two in one year was a bit of a surprise to True Steel Security general manager John Whitehead, but he is no stranger to the podium when it comes to Security Pro awards.
Whitehead only became aware of his own circumstances when Harold died, aged 61, when he was 10.
Jackson is the shiftiest, Whitehead said, and Stewart the most powerful.
On another occasion, Whitehead tried to drag Miss Watson off a bus.
Whitehead describes the final stage as generalization, during which the individual returns to the stage of romance, but now with the experience of the depth and synthesis that come from the period of precision.
Ms Whitehead, who arrived alone, was later interviewed for a 'number of hours' before being bailed while further inquiries are carried out.
We use cradles to support the patrol boats and make them easier to transport," Whitehead said.
Whitehead previously served as vice president and general merchandise manager at HomePlace of America, starting in 1997 and remaining there until the company closed down operations several months ago.
Cetacean evidence generally meets the broad definition of culture and, in some instances, satisfies the strict criteria, Rendell and Whitehead say.
BEDWORTH'S Adam Whitehead revelled in the Olympic spirit at the Sydney International Acquatic Centre.
In the April 1994 issue of its magazine, John Whitehead, the founder of the Institute, labeled Clinton's health-care proposal "the new Fascism," adding that "this latest `health-care' provision is simply another insult to our God-given right to care for and nurture our children.
As is clear from her title, Barbara Dafoe Whitehead focuses on divorce, especially its effects on children (about 60 percent of all divorces in the United States involve minor children).
Whitehead point out in Flawed Expectations: the Reception of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, for this particular group of Old Order Berriganites, what is pedestrian is nothing less than the whole Catholic tradition.
Yuck" sucker for those of us who cannot yet read the cultural signs, and I'm the captive and as-of-yet untarnished audience Whitehead must only dream of.
I have known Jim Whitehead for many years and have never heard him speak more enthusiastically about a literary artist than he does of Tennessee Williams.