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Whit·more

(wit'mōr),
Alfred, English surgeon, 1876-1946. See: Whitmore disease.
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Pennisi, FNYHC president and senior partner at Pennisi Daniels & Norelli, LLP will moderate a panel of insurance specialists including Robert Mackoul, Mackoul Associates, Mary Lesnewski, The Whitmore Group, Andrew Schutzman, AMS Risk Management, and Adam Finkelstein, Wagner Davis and Gold.
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Top it off with leathery-faced actor James Whitmore, a genuine history buff starring in the role inspired by famous defense attorney Clarence Darrow.
Actor, narrator, and tree-hugger James Whitmore warmed up the crowd, saying he hoped the film, which aired on PBS stations across the country in April and May, would inspire children to plant and care for trees.