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Whit·a·ker

(wit'ă-kĕr),
Robert, 20th-century British surgeon. See: Whitaker test.
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Whitaker, a Philadelphia native who was wounded on Omaha Beach three days after the D-Day Invasion, began his broadcast career at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia and spent 22 years for CBS Sports.
Whitaker Construction Company specialises in underground utility construction and heavy civil construction.
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Mike Tyson, a contemporary of Whitaker's, posted on Twitter: "I'm truly lost for words to hear Pernell 'Sweet Pea' Whitaker is no longer with us."
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Whitaker was replaced last month when William Barr was confirmed as attorney general.
The Journal, citing one person familiar with the matter, noted that the Judiciary Committee is investigating whether Whitaker committed perjury while giving testimony before the panel earlier this month.
In a combative congressional hearing, Whitaker said he had not talked to Trump about the probe into whether Moscow tried to tip the 2016 presidential election, or "interfered in any way" in the investigation since taking his role in November.
Medical devices company Cook Medical reported on Wednesday that it has acquired the long-standing facility at Winston-Salem's Whitaker Park from Whitaker Park Development Authority Inc.
[USA], Nov 19 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump on Sunday said that he will not get involved in the decisions taken by the newly-appointed acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker in the Mueller investigation.