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whistler

n. someone who is a police informer; a stoolie. (Underworld. More specialized than whistle-blower.) Britney turned into a whistler after her last little vacation.
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Whether Whistler was callous, indifferent or unfeeling towards these women is never made clear because, with the exception of Beatrice Godwin, they never quite come into focus.
For ski-in/ski-out convenience without Whistler Village prices, find some buddies and split a comfy two-bedroom condo at Legends Whistler, at the base of the Creekside gondola.
Whistler studied art in Paris and later found much of his inspiration on the streets and waterways of London, Venice and Amsterdam.
Whistler and Blackcomb mountains were officially united today with the grand opening of the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola.
The mountainous ride to Whistler was even more pleasant since we didn't have to worry about navigating winding and sometimes treacherous roads, and could just enjoy the pretty view.
And, instead of clear blue skies and bright green fields, Whistler depicted a smoky scene of a muddy tidal river where the sky is a dull overcast.
The original Whistler Village, with its lively pedestrianised centre, lies directly at the foot of Whistler Mountain, while the Upper Village is similarly placed to Blackcomb Mountain.
The occasion is the awards brunch at the Whistler Film Festival, which, since its inception four years ago, has progressed from the bunny hill of film festivals to groomed intermediate.
With the support of the Canadian government and the Mexican government we will be able to bring our products to areas where zero-emission vehicles are required," said Whistler president Holly Roseberry.
Seventh at Warwick on his penultimate start - again with Dancing Mystery ahead in fourth - Whistler came good at Sandown last week.
What we're trying to see is if it's a program that will work in Whistler.
The Toronto show comprises one hundred paintings, watercolors, pastels, and prints by Turner, Whistler, and Monet and claims to "provide the first opportunity to explore the extraordinary artistic dialogue that takes place between their works.
This shift is evident in transitional works such as "Variations in Flesh Colour and Green: The Balcony" (1864-70), but was not complete until the early 1870s, when Whistler began to paint the moody night scenes and restrained portraits that made him famous.
Whistler and His Mother: Secrets of an American Masterpiece.