- Charles Evans,1901–73, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1957–62.
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Examples from the Web for whittaker
I worked hardest and longest—seven to eight years—on my biography of Whittaker Chambers, and I learned the most doing it.Inside the NYT Book Review: ‘How I Write’ Interviews Sam Tanenhaus
August 8, 2012
As Whittaker Chambers remarked in Witness: [W]hen I took up my little sling and aimed at Communism, I also hit something else.David's Book Club: Fellow Travelers
July 22, 2012
Whittaker eventually gave away more than $50 million to almost anyone who would ask.
One night Whittaker was drugged at a strip club and someone stole $2,000 from his car.
He wanted to know if we'd got this year's taxes on the Whittaker place.
The "depot hill" is not as high as Whittaker's Hill, but the view is almost as extensive.
By that time the Whittaker place'll be a worse disgrace than 'tis now.
What do you s'pose I care for my well-bein' when there's—Cap'n Whittaker, you tell me now!
It was pitiful to see the erstwhile Whittaker majority melt away.