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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: The British government or the British Civil Service.
From Whitehall, a street in London, on which many government offices are located. The street gets its name from the Palace of Whitehall. Earliest documented use: 1827.
"Armed with these clues, Blitz called a Whitehall source, who said that the official was being paid by the Foreign Office."
John Cassidy; The David Kelly Affair; The New Yorker; Dec 8, 2003.
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