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WHITEHALL
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Whitehall"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Whitehall is a road in Westminster in London, England. (Web site)
  2. Whitehall is a timber framed and weatherboarded house in the centre of Cheam Village.
  3. Whitehall was under domestic pressure to devise a formula that would provide the maximum control over Iraq at the least cost to the British taxpayer. (Web site)

Public

  1. Whitehall, Palm Beach, is open to the public as the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum; his private railcar No.

Admiralty

  1. They collaborated and eventually Smith proved the device by towing the Lords of the Admiralty on their barge from Whitehall to Woolwich.

Uncertainty Principle

  1. My thesis is that a self-serving version of the uncertainty principle is being applied, throughout Whitehall, to inequality and health.

Prince Charles

  1. A source who was at the event, in Whitehall, said: "Prince Charles and Prince Khalid were standing there greeting guests when Bin Laden's turn came. (Web site)

Son John

  1. His son John, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton, died at Whitehall at the age of 36, reportedly poisoned by the Duke of Buckingham.

Paulins

  1. Located along the Paulins Kill, her home, "Whitehall," was built in 1785 by Abraham Shafer (1754–1820), son of Casper Shafer. (Web site)
  2. Located along the Paulins Kill, her home, "Whitehall," was built in 1785 by Abraham Shafer (1754–1820), son of Casper Shafer.

Saratoga

  1. The southern tip at Whitehall (Skenesborough in colonial times) is a short distance from Saratoga, Glens Falls, and Albany, New York.
  2. After the war, Saratoga was laid up until sold at Whitehall, N.Y., in 1825.

Palace

  1. Philip Howard, baptised by the Archbishop of York in the Chapel of Whitehall Palace, had Philip of Spain as one of his godfathers.

Westminster

  1. He knew Westminster, where Parliament met when summoned by the Queen, and where the Queen herself held court at Whitehall Palace. (Web site)

Inigo Jones

  1. Formerly part of the Palace of Whitehall, it was designed by Inigo Jones in 1619 and completed in 1622 with assistance from John Webb.

Government Buildings

  1. One of these backs onto the government buildings of Whitehall, and the other stretches from Hungerford Bridge to Waterloo Bridge. (Web site)

Downing Street

  1. North of Downing Street, on the west side of Whitehall, is the Horse Guards building, which is the headquarters of the British Army. (Web site)

Government Departments

  1. Many government departments are located close to Parliament, particularly along Whitehall, including the Prime Minister's residence at 10 Downing Street. (Web site)
  2. Other Government departments were asked to follow this lead, and all Government buildings in Whitehall did so. (Web site)
  3. This is because most Government Departments have headquarters in and around Whitehall (a London street).

London

  1. Walter de Grey purchased York Place in London, which after the fall of Thomas Cardinal Wolsey, was to become the Palace of Whitehall.
  2. That same year, a national Victoria Cross and George Cross memorial was installed in the Ministry of Defence building on Whitehall in London. (Web site)
  3. November 1 – At Whitehall Palace in London, the William Shakespeare tragedy Othello is presented for the first time.

Whitehall

  1. The Palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the London borough of the City of Westminster, close by other government buildings in Whitehall. (Web site)
  2. Whilst at war, the Union Flag is always used, and this flag represents the Army on the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London (the UK's memorial to war dead).
  3. The name "War Office" is also often given to the former home of the department, the Old War Office Building on Whitehall, London.

Categories

  1. Cenotaph
  2. Government Departments
  3. Government Buildings
  4. Downing Street
  5. Military > Armies > British Army > War Office
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