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“One corner of the murky room is a shrine to the plays that launched his career in the 1960s: a cluster of elegant, framed posters bearing the titles A Whistle in the Dark, Famine, The Gigli Concert.”
“Huge 8.5 Kids Wood Toy Train Whistle Party Gift Favor”
“Had Jason sought a Tin Whistle or an Aluminum Coffeepot instead of a Golden Fleece, the failure would have run quite differently.””
“Did you know that Maritta Wolff who wrote a phenomenal first novel in the early 40s called Whistle Stop when she was 22.”
“Protected Disclosures Act, also known as the Whistle Blowers Act. "This Act promotes good, accountable, transparent public and corporate governance by encouraging employees to speak out against corruption, unethical behaviour and breaches of the law in the workplace," said Pela.”
“But whether the Whistle is the answer will not be known, perhaps for years, as its staff of seven tries to find the sweet spot between sports and kids' programming.”
“We learned that groundhogs whistle and can also be called Whistle Pigs.”
“Moon is directed by first-time filmmaker Duncan Jones, a former ad exec turned filmmaker of only a sci-fi short from 2000 called Whistle previously.”
“Would Roger Whittaker produce an album called Whistle Against the War with Des OConnor singing extracts from Robin Cooks resignation speech?”
“Then the other which is on the left side, whereunto in the same manner two pipes answer, which are as large, or larger then the former; to wit, the veinous artery, which was also il named, forasmuch as its nothing else but a vein which comes from the lungs, where its divided into several branches interlaid with those of the arterious vein, and those of that pipe which is called the Whistle, by which the breath enters.”
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