Wilson would not comment on whether she was related to Officer Wilson, and her Facebook page has since been disabled.
whether that is a good idea, or whether it should even be a goal in the future, are different questions.
Barbie Latza Nadeau on three newly named suspects—and whether Benedict will forgive his butler.
It isn't whether kids can read it or not, it's whether it is taught or not.
whether Zardari, or any civilian government, can navigate that dilemma is uncertain.
We do not know, in short, whether Dudley and Amy were in love with each other or not.
They had no means of telling where she was, or whether they had escaped or not.
The growth must be gradual—will be, whether we intend it or not.
I know not whether she had not, in her turn, some reason for complaint.
Yet I believe you will have a new Parliament; but I care not whether you have or no a better.
Old English hwæðer, hweðer "which of two, whether," from Proto-Germanic *khwatharaz (cf. Old Saxon hwedar, Old Norse hvarr, Gothic huaþar, Old High German hwedar "which of the two," German weder "neither"), from interrogative base *khwa- "who" (see who) + comparative suffix *-theraz (cf. Sanskrit katarah, Avestan katara-, Greek poteros, Latin uter "which of the two, either of two," Lithuanian katras "which of the two," Old Church Slavonic koteru "which"). Its comparative form is either. Phrase whether or not (also whether or no) recorded from 1650s.