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Wilhoit, AZ -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Arizona

Population (2000): 664
Housing Units (2000): 363
Land area (2000): 15.676758 sq. miles (40.602615 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 15.676758 sq. miles (40.602615 sq. km)
FIPS code: 82950
Located within: Arizona (AZ), FIPS 04
Location: 34.418777 N, 112.604547 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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Wilhoit

Wilhoit may refer to:

  • Wilhoit, Arizona, a community in the United States
  • James Wilhoit, American football player
  • Lisa Wilhoit, American actress
  • Blake Wilhoit, American entrepreneur

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Usage examples of "wilhoit".

Wilhoit had left his car and purred up the elevator while Ashby trudged the fourteen flights of stairs to which his position made him subject: no one but Wilhoit ever used the elevator.

Three weeks later, the chauffeur had shared the cage with his employer, his haughty smoke-blue livery pressed tight against Wilhoit in the narrow space.

Citizen Wilhoit was ignoring it all, pretending that nothing was going on.

Silvers' doomed, smiling face appeared with Wilhoit and the rest of the room beyond it.

This time Citizen Robert Wilhoit, inventor and executive, was paying for the crib.

A self-made man rather than an aristocrat raised to believe in the propriety of whatever he chose to do, public exposure of his homosexuality would have horrified Wilhoit as surely as it would have the clerks in his office.

He had remembered Wilhoit and the victim from a night some months previous when he had seen them together, leaving the accommodation house as Lacey entered it for his own private needs.

He suddenly realized that there was a core of ability in Dornier as real as that within him—that there had to be, or Wilhoit would never have hired him in so personal a capacity.

Lacey moved to her swiftly while Wilhoit, still standing, began to poke buttons recessed into his desk and speak soft commands to the microphones they activated.

Lacey looked back at Wilhoit who, his conversation with attorney or politician finished, had shrugged on an outer jacket and stepped to his elevator.