whale

[n] - any of the larger cetacean mammals having a streamlined body and breathing through a blowhole on the head 2. [v] - hunt for whales
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Whale

A player who makes extremely large wagers. Unlike high rollers who consistently wager £100/£200 or more per round, whales are typically those who make wagers amounting to thousands if not tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars per round.
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Whale

Whale noun [ Middle English whal , Anglo-Saxon hwæl ; akin to Dutch wal visch, German wal , wal fisch, Old High German wal , Icelandic hvalr , Dan. & Swedish hval , hval fisk. Confer Narwhal , Walrus .] (Zoology)
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whale

<zoology> Any aquatic mammal of the order Cetacea, especially any one of the large species, some of which become nearly one hundred feet long. Whales are hunted chiefly for their oil and baleen, or whalebone. ... The existing whales are divided into two groups: the toothed whales (Odontocete), including those that have teeth, as the cachalot,
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whale

noun any of the larger cetacean mammals having a streamlined body and breathing through a blowhole on the head
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Whale

• (n.) Any aquatic mammal of the order Cetacea, especially any one of the large species, some of which become nearly one hundred feet long. Whales are hunted chiefly for their oil and baleen, or whalebone.
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Whale

(from the article `Mulberry`) Each Mulberry harbour consisted of roughly 6 miles (10 km) of flexible steel roadways (code-named Whales) that floated on steel or concrete pontoons ...
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whale

any of the larger species of aquatic mammals belonging to the order Cetacea. The term whale can be used in reference to any cetacean, including ... [20 related articles]
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Whale

[film] Whale (Кит / Kit) is a 1970 Bulgarian satirical comedy film directed by Petar B. Vasilev and written by Cheremuhin. The film stars Georgi Kaloyanchev, Dimitar Panov, Georgi Partsalev, Grigor Vachkov and Tsvyatko Nikolov. This film had one of the most scandalous and at the same time mythological destiny in the history of the Bulgar
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Whale

[surname] Whale is an English surname of unclear origin; however, it could be a derivation of Walh, a word generally used by Anglo-Saxon colonists to refer to native Britons, Romans or Celts after the Anglo-Saxon conquest of England. The Avebury stone circle, in Wiltshire, itself was referred to as waledich in the 13th century, a name still
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Whale

Whale is slang for a very fat person.
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Whale

Whale is slang for a very fat person.
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WHALE

[Safety Program] The WHALE Program is a child safety program focused on rescue workers and automobile accidents. W.H.A.L.E. stands for “We Have A Little Emergency.” This car seat safety program was developed by Connie Day, a caregiver from Virginia. In the event of an automobile accident that incapacitates the adult driver and passenger
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Whale

The general term applied to any large cetacean, and a specific one applied to certain smaller ones.
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Whale

[ship] Whale was a ship that disappeared in 1816. Whale was a sloop of 14 tons, built at Scotland Island, Pittwater, New South Wales in 1810. In July 1816, under the command of George Winney, the Whale headed out of Sydney bound for the Hawkesbury and was never seen again. The master and two crew were presumed dead. ...
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Whale

The USS Whale was an American Gato Class submarine of 1525 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Whale had a top speed of 21 knots surfaced and carried a complement of between 65 and 74. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun; two 20 mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft guns; six 21 inch bow torpedo tubes and four 21 inch stern torpedo tubes.
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whale

  1. a very large person; impressive in size or qualities
  2. any of the larger cetacean mammals having a streamlined body and breathing through a blowhole on the head

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whale

whale, aquatic mammal of the order Cetacea, found in all oceans of the world. Members of this order vary greatly in size and include the largest animals that have ever lived. Cetaceans never leave the water, even to give birth. Although their ancestry has been much debated, DNA studies and skeletal ...
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Whale

A whale is a large marine mammal of the order Cetacea.
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whale

Click images to enlargeAny marine mammal of the order Cetacea. The only mammals to have adapted to living entirely in water, they have front limbs modified into flippers and no externally visible traces of hind limbs. They have horizontal tail flukes. When they surface to breathe, the hot air they breathe out condenses to...
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Whale

A player who makes extremely large wagers. Unlike high rollers who consistently wager £100/£200 or more per round, whales are typically those who make wagers amounting to thousands if not tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars per round.
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Whale

this is what is commonly referred to as a high roller or big game player.
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WHALE

Popular Electronics Including Electronics World, January 1972, Volume 1 Number 1. Ziff Davis Publishing Company. Publisher: Lawrence Sporn, Editor Director: Wm. A. Stocklin, Editor: Milton S Snitzer, Technical Editor: Leslie Solomon Popular Electronics was spun off from Radio & Television News in October 1954. Radio & Television News became Electr
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Whale

[computer virus] The Whale virus is a computer virus discovered on July 1, 1990. The file size, at 9,216 bytes, was for its time the largest virus ever discovered. It is known for using several advanced `stealth` methods. After the file becomes resident in the system memory below the 640k DOS boundary, the operator will experience total sys
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Whale

[disambiguation] A whale is a sea mammal. Whale or The Whale may also refer to: == In print == == Music == == Places == == Film and television == == Sports == == In the military == == People == == Other == == See also == ...
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