whitehead, again true to the genre, relishes gore and describes it with gruesome vividness.
“Yes, I do,” he says with a Cockney accent so thick Judge whitehead asks him to deliver his testimony while facing him.
whitehead says that when he was at Goldman, the firm shunned dubious business practices like financing hostile takeovers.
Michael Lind is whitehead senior fellow at the New America Foundation.
Michael Lind is whitehead Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation.
Compare this with the ease with which the whitehead torpedo is just slipped into the water and then left to itself.
Mr. whitehead shook him violently, and said, "Do you know what this means?"
As a reading play, I think "Creusa" is the greatest success whitehead has achieved.
It was a little singular, too, this friendship of the Don's for Lawyer whitehead.
They had waited to see the whitehead girls off and then changed from their gym suits before coming to see the heroine of the day.
whitehead white·head (wīt'hěd')
A tiny epidermal cystlike mass with a narrow or obstructed opening on the skin surface, which may rupture, caused by the retention of secretions of a sebaceous gland. Also called closed comedo.