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(Biography) A(lfred) E(dward). 1859–1936, English poet and classical scholar, author of A Shropshire Lad (1896) and Last Poems (1922)
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(ˈhaʊs mən)

A(lfred) E(dward), 1859–1936, English poet and classical scholar.
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Noun1.Housman - English poet (1859-1936)
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These include a carpet gifted to Selina, Countess of Bradford from Prime Minister Disraeli, a remarkable group of portraits by Royal artist George Housman Thomas and spectacular reproductions by kind permission of the Royal Collection.
The group enjoyed a presentation by Pete Housman, floral designer, as well as lunch catered by The Weeping Willow and many displays and sale items.
Housman and Odum wrote the textbook to provide students with current information on how to live and age well.
This Boydell publication is an amazingly detailed, diligently researched account of Housman's life, and a quotation from his final weeks is particularly colourful: "I have been nursing myself on soup, hot milk and brandy, and finally have come here where I receive great attention.
Touring 10 of England's most beautiful cathedrals, the unique adaptation combines Shakespeare's epic history play with original songs and live music inspired by the poetry of Alfred Edward Housman.
Energy drink consumption has been linked to various health risks including poor dietary behaviors, increased body mass index, increased use of licit and illicit drugs, high-risk driving, and increased risk for alcohol dependence (Arria et al., 2011; Gallucci et al., 2016; Housman, Williams, & Woolsey, 2016; Housman, Williams, & Woolsey, 2017; Scalese et al., 2017; Velazquez, Poulos, Latimer, & Pasch, 2012; Williams, Housman, Odum, & Rivera, 2017; Williams, Odum, & Housman, 2017; Williams, Housman, Woolsey, & Sather, 2018; Woolsey et al., 2015a; Woolsey et al., 2015b; Woolsey, Williams, Housman, & Sather, 2017).
The same was happening during the late 19th century and with poets like AE Housman.
A varied programme of music and readings will mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, including works by Byrd, Vaughan Williams, Elgar and Handel, and poems by Hardy, Kipling and Housman amongst others.
The interpretation of Laurence Housman's fairy tale "The Moon-Flower" (1895) attempts to familiarise the reader with late Victorian fairy tales related to religious philosophy and mystical imagination.
Housman, especially the collection A Shropshire Lad.
Liz Housman, director of marketing for Minnetonka, Minn.-based Dakota Growers Pasta Co., says the organic pasta subcategory is growing at an annual rate of nearly 3 percent in dollars and equivalent volume, higher than the overall category.