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Synonyms for Whistler

United States painter (1834-1903)

someone who makes a loud high sound

Related Words

large North American mountain marmot

large-headed swift-flying diving duck of Arctic regions

Australian and southeastern Asian birds with a melodious whistling call

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During these formative years, Whistler discovered the arts of China and Japan, filling his home with porcelain vases, painted fans and other examples of Oriental art.
Whistler is a picturesque place, located in a heavily forested valley at the foot of the towering Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
The occasion is the awards brunch at the Whistler Film Festival, which, since its inception four years ago, has progressed from the bunny hill of film festivals to groomed intermediate.
With the support of the Canadian government and the Mexican government we will be able to bring our products to areas where zero-emission vehicles are required," said Whistler president Holly Roseberry.
What we're trying to see is if it's a program that will work in Whistler.
WITH ITS AMBITIOUS "TURNER, WHISTLER, Monet: Impressionist Visions" opening next month, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, in conjunction with the Reunion des Musees Nationaux and Tate Britain, joins recent curatorial attempts to reshuffle the deck of nineteenth-century art.
JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER was as renowned for his radically spare, avant-garde exhibition designs and flamboyant, self-promotional personality as for his artwork.
Whistler and His Mother: Secrets of an American Masterpiece.
The annual Altitude gay and lesbian ski weekend at Canada's Whistler resort is a wintry adventure of snowboarding and partygoing for Advocate photo editor Michele Fleury.
The image of Whistler as an international ski destination is so well known, it is hard to imagine it was ever otherwise.
The Whistler and Bowen Island brands are presently owned by Big Rock and include Bowen Island Bitter, Whistler Black Tusk and Whistler Export.
The wonderful Peacock Room by James McNeill Whistler, an American artist whose reputation was made in London, was darkening into genteel decay until its recent restoration.
My chairmate on the lift at Whistler seemed like a regular, judging from her lightweight gear and nonchalant attitude.
In 1876, British businessman Frederick Leyland asked the American-born artist James McNeill Whistler to help with the redecoration of Leyland's London dining room.
The new Whistler unit produces garage doors and openers, gate openers and other related electronics systems.