group house


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group house, row house

One of an unbroken line of houses having a common wall or party wall with its neighbors.
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Hilary Thompson, chief officer at Birmingham Probation Service, said recently: "Group House will work with offenders who are part of the community and who have access to other local services.
Mum-of-three Tracey Hemming, the organiser, said: "We have been protesting outside Group House every week," she said.
Hilary Thompson, chief officer at Birmingham Probation Service, said: "Group House will work with offenders who are part of the community and who have access to other local services.
Reports that BhS owner Philip Green was going to bid for the department store group House of Fraser lifted its shares as high as 62p before Green denied the rumour and the stock closed down at 53p.
Department store group House of Fraser claims to be on track for "satisfactory" full-year results today after reporting broadly flat sales over Christmas.
Department store group House of Fraser inched up 1.5p to 54.5p after it said it planned to open a new store in the Square Mile.
Department store group House of Fraser, which takes in Binns stores in Middlesbrough and Darlington, makes a loss in the first half of its financial year because about 30pc of its revenues are generated in the ten weeks leading up to Christmas.
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