Whitehead

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Whitehead may refer to:

  • Whitehead, a blocked sweat/sebaceous duct of the skin known medically as a closed comedo.
  • Whitehead (bird), a small species of passerine bird, endemic to New Zealand.
  • Whitehead (surname), a surname.
  • USS Whitehead (1861–1865), American Civil War, 136-ton screw steam gunboat.
  • Whitehead torpedo, the first effective self-propelled torpedo, invented by Robert Whitehead in 1866.
  • Whitehead building, heritage listed residence of the principal of the University of Adelaide's Lincoln College.

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