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Whitehall

A road in Westminster, London, which is the main drag between Parliament Square and Trafalgar Square, the centre of HM Government and largely populated by government departments/ministries, making the term Whitehall shorthand for the central UK government. The road was named after the Palace Whitehall, a popular location for English monarchs between 1530 and 1698, when it burned down.
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Whitehall is a vertically integrated extruder and fabricator of complex aluminium components and assemblies for the automotive industry.
The trail is a green way that covers over 9 miles, looping in Whitehall and going through the borough of Coplay and North Whitehall.
Whitehall - who could face the death penalty if he is convicted of murdering Dennis Michael Kelley and Carl Robb McFarland - pleaded not guilty to the charges Wednesday afternoon in Lane County Circuit Court.
Jack Whitehall is back in the classroom in Bad Education
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It is no surprise that one of his conclusions is that Whitehall should admit well-qualified and energetic outsiders--the subtext suggests the author himself--who have spent their early lives elsewhere.
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