American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Whitworth, Kathrynne Ann Known as "Kathy.” Born 1939. American golfer who had 88 career wins and was the Ladies Professional Golf Association Player of the Year seven times (1966-1969 and 1971-1973).
“A lug tool was found in Whitworth's bedroom and Whitworth was arrested.”
“Austin Whitworth, the cash-strapped owner of Blackton Rovers, has sold his star centre-forward, Jack Metherell, to a rival club on the eve of a crucial game.”
“Whitworth is the best offensive lineman that I have seen in 25 years.”
“However, the Wildcats close their season with senior night against Whitworth, which is ranked No. 8 among NCAA Division III schools and the favorite to win the conference tournament.”
“Whitworth" shots went hurtling through the air every few minutes, indicating very clearly that the enemy was ahead of the column and awaiting its arrival.”
“Nor can Oxford and Cambridge men be prouder of the connection with their respective colleges than mechanics such as Whitworth, Nasmyth, Roberts, Muir, and Lewis, are of their connection with the school of Maudslay.”
“For more about Fr. Ricci, see this excellent introduction by my good friend, Dr. Tony Clark, who teaches Asian history at Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington:”
“We let him continue for too long," contends Ralph Whitworth, a shareholder activist and former director.”
“The agreement that we reached with them will result in substantial reductions in pay there," said Ralph Whitworth , a principal at Relational Investors LLC, one of Occidental's largest shareholders.”
“Whitworth Art Gallery, Sat to 12 JunRobert ClarkCharles Atlas, LondonCharles Atlas's name is tied to the icons of contemporary dance and performance art, Michael Clark, the late Merce Cunningham and visionary fashion and art trickster, Leigh Bowery.”
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