Some articles on whip:
... DA spokesperson HIV/AIDS from 2004 to 2009, and has also been a whip since 2000 ... On her re-election to Parliament in 2009, she retained her position as a whip and was appointed as the Shadow Minister of Science and Technology ... She was elected Deputy Chief Whip in 2011 ...
... The Mexican Whip-poor-will, (Antrostomus arizonae), is a medium-sized (22–27 cm) nightjar from the southwestern United States and Mexico ... The Whip-poor-will is more often heard within its range, but less often seen ... This bird previously was lumped with the Eastern Whip-poor-will, however with both types having different ranges and vocalizatons, the eggs having different coloration, and DNA ...
... reach a pit on the way out, Satipo makes it over with Indiana's whip and Indy is stuck on the other side ... the fertility idol to Satipo, who offered to throw him his whip for it but he betrays Indy, dropping the whip and fleeing ...
... She is the current MNA for Soulanges and Chief Government Whip ... Lucie Charlebois has also been Assistant Government Whip and she served on several parliamentary committees of the National Assembly ... She is the current Chief Government Whip since February 2011 ...
... Upston was appointed to Junior Whip for the National Government ... Following the February 2013 reshuffle by John Key, Upston was created Chief Whip and joined by Tim Macindoe and Jami-Lee Ross who act as Junior and Third Whip in Parliament ...
More definitions of "whip":
- (noun): A dessert made of sugar and stiffly beaten egg whites or cream and usually flavored with fruit.
- (noun): An instrument with a handle and a flexible lash that is used for whipping.
- (noun): (golf) the flexibility of the shaft of a golf club.
- (verb): Thrash about flexibly in the manner of a whiplash.
Example: "The tall grass whipped in the wind"
- (verb): Strike as if by whipping.
- (noun): A legislator appointed by the party to enforce discipline.
Synonyms: party whip
- (verb): Whip with or as if with a wire whisk.
Famous quotes containing the word whip:
“It does not matter what the whip is; it is none the less a whip, because you have cut thongs for it out of your own souls.”
—John Ruskin (18191900)
“Let those who desire a secure homeland conquer it. Let those who do not conquer it live under the whip and in exile, watched over like wild animals, cast from one country to another, concealing the death of their souls with a beggars smile from the scorn of free men.”
—José Martí (18531895)
“Every country we conquer feeds us. And these are just a few of the good things well have when this war is over.... Slaves working for us everywhere while we sit back with a fork in our hands and a whip on our knees.”
—Curtis Siodmak (19021988)