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“Yes, I do,” he says with a Cockney accent so thick Judge Whitehead asks him to deliver his testimony while facing him.
Vivian Lynch felt Whitehead was wrong in construing this as an invasion-of-privacy case.
Whitehead, again true to the genre, relishes gore and describes it with gruesome vividness.
Whitehead says that when he was at Goldman, the firm shunned dubious business practices like financing hostile takeovers.
Michael Lind is the Whitehead Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation.
Before the end of the first half, Whitehead had put in four substitutes.Polly's Senior Year at Boarding School|Dorothy Whitehill
Whitehead torpedoes are now so arranged that they can be ejected by pressing an electric button.
Dr. Whitehead had given his orders—Mother must have change of air at once, and they were all going to Clifton for two months.Chatterbox, 1906|Various
Nine went mounted to the home of Mrs. Whitehead and six others went along a byway to the home of Henry Bryant.A Social History of The American Negro|Benjamin Brawley
They were not keen to confront Pope himself, but Whitehead presented a less formidable opponent.