/ ˈwɔːtəˌhaʊs /


  1. WaterhouseAlfred18301905MBritishARCHITECTURE: architect 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. WaterhouseGeorge Marsden18241906MNew ZealandEnglishPOLITICS: statesmanPOLITICS: prime minister George Marsden. 1824–1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1872–73)
  3. WaterhouseKeith (Spencer)19292009MBritishWRITING: novelistTHEATRE: dramatistWRITING: journalist 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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“Naomi and I are quite close,” said Williams, who has since added Suki Waterhouse and Emily Mortimer as clientele.

But the Waterhouse Inquiry explicitly dismissed this “ambulance chasing” explanation for the rash of allegations.

Waterhouse, which have laid before the Navy board but have not as yet obtained a bill for the payment of it.

The style of architecture adopted by Mr. Waterhouse is that which prevailed in France in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

The excellent plate in the Yarkand Report is nearer to Waterhouse's verbal portraiture, being of a mottled ashy grey.

Mr. Waterhouse pointed out 'that the form of the cell stands in close relation to the presence of adjoining cells.'

"They're improvin', now that Pliny Waterhouse plays his fiddle," Mrs. Day remarked pacifically.





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