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Ann Whiting, of Castle Rising, Norfolk presented the couple with a crocheted shawl which she had spent six months making.
No more the death kiss of Whiting Awards and Pew Fellowships.
Then sweep it all off, and go over them with a flannel dipped in a mixture of bran and finely powdered whiting.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
Fly-specks and finger-marks can be removed with a damp cloth or alcohol, and the mirror polished with whiting and chamois.
Put ammonia or borax in the water used, or else rub the glass with whiting, or a scouring soap which is not gritty.
Whiting, of Glastonbury, entertained five hundred people of fashion at one time, and had three hundred domestic servants.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
To possess himself of the small estate of these youths, Whiting had recourse to a most diabolical plan.