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But when on Friday, June 30, Whitney and a small delegation of town leaders made a formal call on Adams, he received them in his upstairs library seated in his favorite armchair.
Whitney, who liked to drive her Suburban in the snow just to show she could, sometimes rescuing addled Baltimoreans who had driven off the road in panic.
On July 16, 1866, Whitney presented to the California Academy of Sciences a report on the Calaveras skull, affirming that it was found in Pliocene strata.
Whitney, in his original description of the fossil, observed that the Calaveras skull was highly fossilized.
On July 16,1866, Whitney presented to the California Academy of Sciences a report on the Calaveras skull, affirming that it was found in Pliocene strata.
Whitney Cranshaw, an entomologist at Colorado State University, conducted a beer tasting for slugs in 1987, killing four thousand of them in eight weeks in the name of scientific inquiry.
Whitney and the others would end up riding crosstrees, more likely than not.
She swore it was only her third time at duckpins, but Tess was beginning to suspect the Talbot homestead contained a secret alley or two, where Whitney had honed her skills for years with an eye toward this opportunity to humiliate her.
The Nineteenth houses more priceless art per square foot than any other place in the world, in museums like the Guggenheim, the Whitney, the Metropolitan, the Frick, and Cooper-Hewitt.
Whitney, Armstrong, here a Kallikak freshly lettered, even a Hannahan posting driveways off to the right, to the left turning in at a weathered Crease to splash up the pitted drive and these dangling limbs look at them, twelve hundred dollars to those tree people they should pay us for damages, drive up as close as you can will you?