Whitney

[ US /ˈhwɪtni, ˈwɪtni/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States inventor of the mechanical cotton gin (1765-1825)
  2. the highest peak in the Sierra Nevada range in California (14,494 feet high)
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  • For example, while acknowledging that Whitney wants us to worship religious monuments and funerary traditions, we may wonder which Church he is referring to.
  • Whitney pioneered the idea of interchangeability as a fundamental principle of production, and he successfully applied the principle to a product that must be made with the greatest precision. Mises Institute Daily Articles (Full-text version)
  • If the stylist is still alive and well today, it’s only because Ms. Houston hadn’t also tripped over the long train on that gown, but I’d venture a guess that his or her days of working for Whitney are Oh-Oh-Ooooh-Oh-ver. Whitney Houston wardrobe malfunction: Yikes, she really didn't need that... | EW.com
  • Neil Tennant, for all his limitations, is one of the most human singers I know, and not in some Whitney / Britney sense that equates humanity with loud declamation of ersatz emotion.
  • Hatch rates were calculated by counting the number of unhatched eggs after 2 days and treatments were statistically compared by Mann-Whitney U-test.
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  • Since my first outing with a group called the Tahoe Trekkers, I've hiked in Patagonia, snowshoed in British Columbia, trekked in Nepal and backpacked my way up Mount Whitney.
  • As Whitney shows, these off-balance sheet numbers are an incredible three times the size of all on-balance sheet debt, totaling $2 trillion.
  • I wouldn't call it a solo career," she says, before revealing that she was listening to a lot of Aaliyah and Whitney Houston before embarking on this dancier direction "I wanted a song that made me as happy as I Wanna Dance With Somebody". In bed with Beth Ditto
  • In other words, investors don't see Harrisburg heralding a Meredith Whitney -esque muni-meltdown. Overheard: Big Shrug
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