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OTHER WORDS FROM WhistlerWhis·tle·ri·an [wis-leer-ee-uhn, hwis-], /wɪsˈlɪər i ən, ʰwɪs-/, adjective
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The latter is based on a small-town scene, yet is reminiscent of Whistler’s near-abstract views of the Thames River at night.In the galleries: Artists pair up to create a third identity, or when 1+1 equals one.|Mark Jenkins|November 19, 2021|Washington Post
From Vancouver, Whistler is a two-hour drive; bus and train transfers are available.
Season: Whistler Blackcomb is generally open from late November through late April.
He could come off as simply out of touch, like a critic reared on Whistler going after Picasso.Blake Gopnik on the Death of Art Critic Robert Hughes|Blake Gopnik|August 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Celluloid is to Dean what oil paint is to Titian or etching to Whistler.Tacita Dean: One of Today’s 10 Most Important Artists|Blake Gopnik|June 5, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Hardly was the first bar on the man's lips before another man dashed forward and struck the whistler to the ground.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
He was headed for the Point Judith whistler, and did not propose to take chances on fumbling by any detours.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
Matt followed him through the door, Whistler bringing up the rear with a drawn weapon.
Whistler handed over the revolver and pulled a lever at the side of the chamber.
Finally the sound ceased, and Whistler opened the breech door and stepped back.