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Whit's uses the very best ingredients to make its frozen custard, from its fresh cream and pasteurized eggs to its premium chocolate, fruit and nut toppings.
The Whit is a five-story building that includes 15 studios, 40 one-bedroom units and 19 two-bedroom units, ranging in size from 387 to 875 square feet.
Whit walks seem to have been a northern event that started in Manchester in the 19th century.
The day after Whitsun, known as Whit Monday, was a public holiday in the UK until 1978.
Time is stretched for Whit because of the vast distances travelled.
Yesterday was Whit Monday and for generations of Cardiffians that meant - fanfare of trumpets, please - the Whitsun Treat.
While I won't bore you with details of the turkey, the gifts, the snowfall or the traditional holiday activity of pushing the car out of a snowy ditch, I will talk about the leading retailer in Norwich - Dan and Whit's General Store.
"Whit dae they want at this time?" "Well Mum", I said, and explained that there were millions on Twitter in loads of different time zones.
Whit Hill (author); NOT ABOUT MADONNA; Heliotrope Books (Nonfiction: Autobiography & Memoir) $17.95 ISBN: 9780983294009
Wisty Allgood is feeling the strain of her turn as leader of the renegade magical teens of Freeland, while her brother, Whit, disobeys orders and tries to stop a book burning in the heart of enemy territory.