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Alfred North, 1861–1947, English philosopher and mathematician, in the U.S. after 1924.
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In early May, after waiting several weeks for Uber Eats to resolve his issue, whitehead applied to work for Grubhub and began driving for the company a few weeks later.For Transgender Uber Eats Drivers, ‘Right to Pride’ Is a Long-Overdue Change in Policy | Aliza Abarbanel | June 24, 2021 | Eater
whitehead’s tome won the Pulitzer Prize in 2017, the same year that Jenkins’s “Moonlight” won the Oscar for best picture.Filming ‘The Underground Railroad’ was grueling. But the cast grasped ‘the weight of what we were doing.’ | Stuart Miller | May 13, 2021 | Washington Post
Commercial whalers were, whitehead says, “the Exxon of that era.”Sperm whales have a surprisingly deep—and useful—culture | Ellie Shechet | March 19, 2021 | Popular-Science
The last thing whitehead did in February 2020, before locking down at home, was visit the set in Georgia.
For whitehead, all actual entities, including electrons, atoms, and molecules, are “drops of experience” in that they enjoy at least a little bit of experience, a little bit of awareness.Electrons May Very Well Be Conscious - Issue 94: Evolving | Tam Hunt | December 30, 2020 | Nautilus
“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.
The tweets of Salman Rushdie or Colson whitehead—who has even released fiction via Twitter—might someday find a home in books.Letter Writing in the Digital Age: Emails and Correspondence of Russell Banks & Others | Megan Barnard | October 11, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
“They all have baggage, but he just makes sense,” a retiree named Byron whitehead told me.Marianne Gingrich’s TV Interview Won’t Turn Many Against Newt | Michelle Goldberg | January 19, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
whitehead, again true to the genre, relishes gore and describes it with gruesome vividness.
We kept on down the shore as far as a promontory called whitehead, that we might see more of the Cohasset Rocks.Cape Cod | Henry D. Thoreau
In the second year of Mr. whitehead's labours the present Meeting House was erected.Memorials of the Independent Churches in Northamptonshire | Thomas Coleman
The next pastor was Mr. Joseph whitehead, who came to Creaton in 1793, and continued his labours here for twenty-three years.Memorials of the Independent Churches in Northamptonshire | Thomas Coleman
Compare this with the ease with which the whitehead torpedo is just slipped into the water and then left to itself.The Romance of War Inventions | Thomas W. Corbin
This introduces Mr. whitehead, for whom I was to paint Balaclava.An Autobiography | Elizabeth Butler
British Dictionary definitions for Whitehead
Alfred North. 1861–1947, English mathematician and philosopher, who collaborated with Bertrand Russell in writing Principia Mathematica (1910–13), and developed a holistic philosophy of science, chiefly in Process and Reality (1929)
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