whistlestop


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Verb1.whistlestop - tour the country in order to solicit votes for an election
campaign, run - run, stand, or compete for an office or a position; "Who's running for treasurer this year?"
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And crowds came out in force in Birmingham yesterday to greet its arrival in Eastside on its whistlestop tour of the country.
Barry Brennand, who owns the popular Whistlestop Cafe at Rhuddlan, said he had always paid the minimum wage but said he had been hit with a PS433 bill after a staff member had made an error.
30pm, tickets PS12 from Whistlestop Wines, Saltburn.
DAVID Cameron was offered a glimmer of hope by German Chancellor Angela Merkel on his whistlestop tour of Europe saying she "could" support EU treaty changes he is fighting for ahead of the referendum.
WITH the SNP flying high in the polls, leader Nicola Sturgeon took off by helicopter yesterday on a whistlestop tour of a dozen target seats.
The dozen friends from across the city completed their whistlestop tour in around 42 hours and look set to hit their fundraising target of PS2,000.
For Havlin, who rides Funinthesand for another Norwegian trainer, Wido Neuroth, in the extended 1m1f event worth 800,000 krona (PS71,000/ €88,000), the race is part of a whistlestop tour of Europe.
TWO Lithuanians caught stealing clothes from a charity bank had done a whistlestop tour of car parks.
Insider hears he made a whistlestop visit to six different Chinese communities in Chinatown, starting at 12.
She was near the Whistlestop shop when Mackessy, who was wearing a hooded top, grabbed her.
30pm, will see Brendan Wheatley and his guests take you on a whistlestop tour of four centuries of music, answering such questions as, "What is a castrato?
1993 A radiant Princess Royal touched down on Tyneside today for a whistlestop North East tour.