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House

Firms that conduct business as broker-dealers in securities or in the investment banking field are characterized as houses.

House

A broker-dealer or underwriting person or firm. Houses are usually large institutions, but may also be an individual. They provide investment advising services, place and execute orders on behalf of clients, and place new issues with investors.

house

An organization that acts as a broker-dealer or an underwriter.

house

In real estate jargon, generally indicates a detached dwelling on a parcel of its own land.

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During the initial contact the burglar demanded money and struck the householder with a stick across the head.
Deputy McGrath said: "The Minister for Finance effectively quoted a nonexistent provision of Local Property Tax legislation when he claimed that householders could apply for a reduced valuation to take account of the damage to their home.
The householder did not give up and grabbed the offender, determined not to let him go.
Mr Grayling wants to change the law to ensure even householders who react in a way that may seem disproportionate in the cold light of day will not be prosecuted.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling plans to change the law to ensure householders, who react in a way that may seem disproportionate in the cold light of day, will be protected from prosecution.
The service spokeswoman added: "The householder had started the fire in a bid to smoke out a wasps' nest which had been built inside the shed.
It will help to promote well-designed extensions and developments and brings together, and updates, all the previous planning guidance for householders.
Householder prepares standards and specifications for conservation practices for the governmental agency, with a special emphasis on irrigation and range management.
BURGLARS beware - defiant householders, it is now being spelled out, enjoy a freedom which could lead to you losing more than your liberty.
Diane Householder, coordinator for science for the Maryland Department of Education, says she started considering the idea about six years ago when she first heard about it.
A nonfamily household can either be a person living alone or a householder who shares the home with nonrelatives only - for example, boarders or roommates.
One of most radical transformations of the monastic ideal in South Asia is to be found among the householder Naths of Rajasthan.