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Waterhouse

(ˈwɔːtəˌhaʊs)
n
1. (Biography) Alfred. 1830–1905, British architect; a leader of the Gothic Revival. His buildings include Manchester Town Hall (1868) and the Natural History Museum, London (1881)
2. (Biography) George Marsden. 1824–1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1872–73)
3. (Biography) Keith (Spencer). 1929–2009, British novelist, dramatist, and journalist: best known for the novel Billy Liar (1959) and his collaborations with the dramatist Willis Hall (1929–2005)
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Waterhouse, Walker, Newman, and White, have published several able papers on the Insects which were collected, and I trust that many others will hereafter follow.
Waterhouse and others have remarked, our carnivorous, ruminant, and rodent mammals, could successfully compete with these well-pronounced orders.
PROMINENT Australian trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have been charged with conduct prejudicial to the image of racing for substituting three horses during a televised gallop during Breakfast With The Stars at Randwick last week.
Bradley Cooper was seen getting hot and heavy with his girlfriend Suki Waterhouse on the set of his upcoming film "American Sniper" in Malibu on Wednesday.
THE MACUR review is an independent review of the Waterhouse Inquiry established by the UK government on November 8 last year, taking its name from Mrs Justice Macur, a judge in the family division of the High Court, who is leading it.
Sean Waterhouse, 32, was before Kirklees magistrates yesterday.
Birmingham-based TD Waterhouse Corporate Services has selected Children's Heart Appeal as its chosen local charity to receive support from the company's ongoing fundraising initiatives.
PLAYWRIGHT and novelist Keith Waterhouse left a big share of his pounds 2.
THE NEW Delhi branch of Price Waterhouse has received a reprieve from disciplinary proceedings in the billion dollar Satyam Computers scandal in India.
AUTHOR, journalist and playwright Keith Waterhouse died "quietly in his sleep" at the age of 80 yesterday.
KEITH Waterhouse was a master of the English language, a giant of journalism over six decades.
But Colleen Waterhouse says she is no relation to Andrew Peter Waterhouse, who is facing jail this week for spying on teenage girls as they undressed at a swimming pool.