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Whiteman

[hwahyt-muh n, wahyt-] /ˈʰwaɪt mən, ˈwaɪt-/
noun
1.
Paul ("Pops") 1891–1967, U.S. orchestra conductor.
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  • When Whiteman seemed to fail fate overcame me in the form of an indian.

    Black Beaver James Campbell Lewis
  • Welch knew what he was talking about when he said he saw Whiteman to-day.

    Roughing It Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  • She understood the Whiteman and knew when to stop war and resort to diplomacy.

    The Triumph of Virginia Dale John Francis, Jr.
  • Whiteman came out with his hat above his head, and said, "Velgome."

    Heart's Desire

    Emerson Hough
  • That was the last day when Curly reported to the group at the side of Whiteman's corral.

    Heart's Desire

    Emerson Hough
  • This much accomplished, the meeting at Whiteman's corral broke up.

    Heart's Desire

    Emerson Hough
  • "Unt Morgenstern a retiret soap-mager" exclaimed Whiteman, involuntarily.

    Heart's Desire

    Emerson Hough
  • Whiteman told him three times to hold up his hands, but he made no motion to obey and Whiteman fired.

  • Such is Keokuk, the Watchful Fox, who prides himself upon being the friend of the Whiteman.

  • The one of them was a Whiteman, the other was ruddish or hie coloured, and the third blacke.

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