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backhouse

(ˈbækˌhaʊs)
n
Canadian another word for outhouse
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Woolwich crown court heard Backhouse was bloodstained when he told arresting officers: "I was hurting so I wanted to hurt someone.
Consultant ophthalmologist Oliver Backhouse, who is spearheading the technique, said: "This lens is amazing.
The card from the Backhouse partnership in the pro-am showed four points on three holes.
Constance Backhouse, Carnal Crimes: Sexual Assault Law in Canada, 1900-.
Summary: Thousands of people have paid tribute to Rifleman James Backhouse who has been laid to rest in Castleford.
They were named by the Ministry of Defence as Corporal Jonathan Horne, 28; Rifleman William Aldridge, 18; Rifleman James Backhouse, 18; Rifleman Joseph Murphy, 18; and Rifleman Daniel Simpson, 20.
The Rocks replied with 147 for five as the unorthodox Paul Backhouse went on the rampage, smashing five sixes in a rapid 57, while Richard Elliott made 46 not out at a more sedate pace.
Following the promotion of Billie Oaten to sales director and Andy Backhouse to construction director earlier this year, the housebuilder has now appointed Paul Minnis as land director.
Illumination from Books of Hours Janet Backhouse British Library, 9.
Living life to the full: 80-year-old daredevil Brend Backhouse is pictured enjoying skydiving, white-water rafting and horseriding while raising funds for charity and (top right) Brenda with abseilers (from left) Jo Woolley, Jon Hill, James Woolley and Becky Woolley.
As representatives of large banking institutions, both of these men truly understand the business challenges that IT leaders face at their organizations everyday," said Nick Backhouse, EVP, CIO Finance Summit.
Architect David Backhouse, who was involved in designing The Cavern Walks arcade, in Mathew Street, believes the 100m-tall building would give Liverpool an attraction to rival New York's Statue of Liberty.