American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Whistler, James Abbott McNeill 1834-1903. American painter whose subtle coloring and tonal harmony were influenced by musical aesthetics and Japanese art. His works include a portrait of his mother, entitled Arrangement in Grey and Black (1872).
“That is, one could only order things listed on the board, which will eventually mean that there aren't eggs or butter or something like that, but Jefe will go to the whistler and ask him how many cases of eggs or milk he needs, meaning Whistler doesn't have to use the board.”
“February 6th, 2010 WHISTLER - The Olympic flame arrived to the jubilation of thousands in the ski resort of Whistler, the first Winter Olympic venue stop for the torch relay.”
“WHISTLER (NEWS1130) - There's nothing like a day on a mountain bike in the great outdoors, especially in Whistler but too many sports enthusiasts are making their way down the mountain on their butts instead of their bikes.”
“The murderer is a serial murderer of women who cuts off their hair, and whistles, so he is called the Whistler, and it had the opening that Brenda was the fifth victim of the Whistler and she died because she missed the bus.”
“After spending two years snowboarding in Whistler, Canada, newcomer Charlie Bewley is launching his acting career in a big way.”
“Today in Whistler, the team is heavily favored to win the second U.S. medal in Olympic Nordic combined.”
“Mancuso, who said her two silver medals in Whistler were "a dream come true," will not race in the final women's event — Friday's slalom.”
“Cam Bailey, the CEO of Canada Ski Cross, and Canadian ski cross athlete Brian Bennett were having dinner in Whistler, discussing how to build a team for the 2010 Games.”
“Even in Whistler there are years where it can be a problem.”
“I was in Whistler in the latter part of March of 2001, and there was snow at the altitudes where most skiing is, and snowboarding in upper WestVan as well.”
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