Waterhouse


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Wa·ter·house

(wah'tĕr-hows),
Rupert, British physician, 1873-1958. See: Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome.
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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.
Waterhouse and Cooper started dating each other in March 2013.
In June Mrs Justice Macur held sessions in Wrexham for people to give evidence relating to the Waterhouse Inquiry.
Waterhouse admitted breaching these conditions on August 20 and 21.
Tracy Booth, HR Director at TD Waterhouse said: "We always seek the opinions of everyone throughout the business when selecting the charities we support.
Leeds-born Waterhouse left pounds 20,000 to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art to help hard-up students.
Following the judgement Price Waterhouse New Delhi said that "ICAI has given an undertaking to withdraw the show cause notice issued to Price Waterhouse New Delhi on 8th October 2009".
Waterhouse also wrote screenplays including Whistle Down the Wind and plays such as Jeffrey Barnard is Unwell.
The long and splendid career of Keith Waterhouse is the stuff of Fleet Street legend.
Andrew Peter Waterhouse admitted voyeurism when he appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court last month.
William Moore, 47, another drug dealer, had employed former soldier Waterhouse, 39, to fire bullets into the car Mr Barker was travelling in.