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Wa·ter·house

(wah'tĕr-hows),
Rupert, British physician, 1873-1958. See: Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome.
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The court heard there was evidence to suggest Waterhouse had been "drinking heavily" before driving the car and colliding with the tents at around 2am.
"Prodigiously gifted" Miss Devey Waterhouse wasbrutally murdered by her jealous ex-boyfriend,Joe Atkinson, 25, just before Christmas last year after he failed to come to terms with her breaking off their three-year relationship.
Apart from 'Insurgent' Waterhouse is well known for her role in 'The Billionaire Boys Club'.
Waterhouse reported that the intended gallopers were not fit to work but she did not want to disappoint the public who had been expecting to see the workout.
Speaking yesterday, Mr Lucas said: "There has been a great deal of concern over the issues the Waterhouse Inquiry was set up to look into in recent years.
Mr Waterhouse demonstrated the technology to Prince William and explained how the North East was playing a central role in its development.
But Collins, who is as excellent as Waterhouse is poor, is far too beautiful for her girl-next-door role, making a nonsense of dialogue that repeatedly tells us she's less attractive than the supposed supermodel Waterhouse.
Cooper was seen in a camouflage dress while Waterhouse was dressed in flower printed full sleeves jumper and black hoodie sweater.
Global Banking News-January 23, 2013--Surviscor selects TD Waterhouse and BMO as top customer service firms in Canada(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk