- n a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
- In one of those emails, I say that Greenwald "cares not a whit for America's national security.
- The hooting and clatter of passing trains bothers him not a whit.
- And they won't care a whit about the legalities that might be trampled.
News & Articles
- With Whit Sox struggling, Jesse Crain a trade candidate
White Sox pitcher Jesse Crain's strikeout rate has improved in every season since 2005, and this year he's taken a step forward with his control as well.
June 17, 2013 - Reno Gazette-Journal
- Conway's Whit Parker, 14, wins ASGA Junior Stroke title
MOUNTAIN HOME - Conway's Whit Parker became one of the youngest Arkansas State Golf Association stroke play champions in history Friday, winning the title with a 3-over par 219 over 54 holes at Big Creek Country Club.
June 14, 2013 - The Log Cabin Democrat
- Whit's Frozen Custard now open in Blue Ash
Whit's Frozen Custard, offering premium ice cream desserts, has opened at 9405 Kenwood Road in Blue Ash.
June 12, 2013 - The Cincinnati Enquirer
- Tom Harkin in Chicago Tribune
In think in 2010, the election will hinge on the economy, health care reform, what we're doing in energy and whether families are doing better,said Harkin. "It's not going to have to do one whit with gay marriage."
- Roger Penske in Examiner.com
Our organization shares Ruby Tuesday's core values of quality, passion, and pride, and whit Brad behind the wheel, we believe this will be a winning combination in 2010,team owner Roger Penske said.
- John Force in NHRA.com
This ain't about proving I can win; this was about letting everyone know I'm still a big player in the game,Force said. "I'm still fighting, and I ain't going away. I'm proud of Baze (Whit Bazemore), (Gary) Scelzi, and Del Worsham for...