Whidbey Island

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Whid·bey Island

(wĭd′bē, hwĭd′-)
An island of northwest Washington in Puget Sound north of Seattle and east of Admiralty Inlet.
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These mysteries take place in locations ranging from Seattle or Whidby Island in Washington, to New York City in both the 1920s and in the 2000s, then across the Atlantic to 16th-century Venice and 19th-century London, and across the Pacific to Tokyo, Japan.
FRONTIER CHARTERS & LODGE South Umpqua graduate Stonie Huffman (right) poses with a 52-pound king salmon caught by client Mike Whitcomb of Whidby Island, Wash.
Unlike Robert Turner in the April 17 Public Forum, I was extremely pleased that President Bush did not attend the homecoming at Whidby Island.
As Coughlin yelled for help, they laughed, abandoning her only to treat more women walking down the hall to the same giddy molestation-attacks meant, as one Whidby Island, Washington, airman later noted, "in a good-natured, lighthearted way.
Earlier this year, NiteLife announced that the first regional entertainment contract with the Navy that included Bangor Sub Base, Whidby Island Naval Air Station and Brementon Naval Station.
Laurel sends Becca to Whidby Island on the ferry to stay with Laurel's best friend, Carol.