- n. A surname of Irish origin.
“This praise today and viciously attack tomorrow, especially as practiced by the likes of Ed Whelan, is totally obnoxious”
“This praise today and viciously attack tomorrow, especially as practiced by the likes of Ed Whelan, is totally obnoxious.”
“By the way, OpenVolokh, Ed Whelan is absolutely right to hate the nomination of Goodwin Liu so much.”
“If you think Whelan is a bit too gor blimey to be true, you are right.”
“William Nolan and Kevin Whelan (Dublin: Geography Publications, 1990), 345-404. back”
“Patrick O'Flanagan, Paul Ferguson, and Kevin Whelan (Cork: Cork University Press, 1987), 162-80, particularly 175. back”
“Or at any rate, if those are the rules, I hope there’s nothing in Whelan’s personal life he wouldn’t want blaring from the front page of Daily Kos.”
“If so, when you get around to your 3rd post calling Whelan a reproductive organ, maybe you could explain why you think he wishes to be called such names.”
“I was referring to to people such as yourself, BooBerry, and your compard who called Whelan a “dick”, and not to those worthies you mentioned.”
“On Sept. 26, the missing-persons bureau called Whelan with a potential lead: a 61-year-old resident of the Bronx named Mary Beal had disappeared on the day the trash bags were discovered.”
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