Waterhouse


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.

Waterhouse

1. 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. George Marsden. 1824--1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1872--73)
3. Keith (Spencer). born 1929, British novelist, dramatist, and journalist: best known for the novel Billy Liar (1959) and his collaborations with the dramatist Willis Hall (born 1929)
References in periodicals archive ?
Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Waterhouse admitted track officials were not notified of the change but denied any deception was intentional.
Cooper was seen in a camouflage dress while Waterhouse was dressed in flower printed full sleeves jumper and black hoodie sweater.
The review was split into two main parts, with the first examining the Waterhouse Inquiry's documents and the second concerned with receiving new information from anyone who believes they have relevant information.
Waterhouse, of Manchester Road in Linthwaite, was bailed on strict conditions.
TD Waterhouse Corporate Services, which offers white label trading and clearing services, is part of broker TD Waterhouse.
Waterhouse, who died aged 80 last September, split his pounds 2,205,507 estate between her and his son and daughter from his first marriage.
The court agreed with the argument that there are six franchises of the international audit firm in India and Price Waterhouse New Delhi has nothing to do with 'PWH, Bangalore', which was the statutory auditor of Satyam.
A brief statement issued on his family's behalf said simply: "Keith Waterhouse, aged 80, died quietly in his sleep this morning.
And Waterhouse also wrote a stream of successful novels, plays and TV series.
She said when police came they told her she may have been mistakenly targeted for having the same surname as Andrew Peter Waterhouse.
Craig Barker, 19, was shot dead by contract killer Darren Waterhouse in Everton.