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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.

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

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

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With the week's show complete, Welles and Houseman, exhausted but exhilarated, would the next day, Monday, select another work to adapt, and the process began again.
Afterwards the deal was fine-tuned and signed: Rene Houseman was a Boro player.
Houseman attended a meeting at the Treasury last week with a group of trade associations representing 1,000 companies in manufacturing.
At a mere 22, Welles had just recently served notice of his brilliance with his all-black production of "Macbeth" in Harlem, and he and Houseman (Eddie Marsan), with whom he bickers here constantly, are intent on making theatrical history with the Mercury show.
Like Green, Houseman was recalling these events from a thirty-year distance, and both Laurence Avery and Curtis Scott have enumerated several errors in Houseman's Run-Through recapitulation (as well as expressed regret that "because it seems authoritative and is entertaining, Run-Through is the basis of most later discussions of the play" [Avery 676], particularly since Houseman is "the only principal player to have published an account of the dramatization" [Scott 6]).
So Houseman, owner of Leisure Time Pool, Spa & Patio in Citrus Heights, Calif.
Hopefully, the Houseman volume will help stimulate interest in Indonesian studies particularly among American students--which is essentially the audience this book addresses and remains the strong underlying theme of the book.
After an introduction by Alan Houseman, six papers include: "The Adult Education and Family Literacy Act and Disconnected Youth" (Cynthia G.
Not only is there the new residential area to the west, but also Theater Row, a collection of century-old buildings that house Off-Broadway theaters -- the Samuel Beckett (previewing the Come dians), Douglas Fairbanks (Forbidden Broadway, 2003), John Houseman (Bartenders), Acorn (The Mercy Seat), and Playwrights Horizon (My Life with Albertine), among others.
Among our speakers were Representative Edward Markey (Democrat, Massachusetts); William Ury, well-known mediator and author of Beyond the Hotline; Robert Bowman, president of the Institute for Space and Security Studies; Mark Gerzon, author of A Choice of Heroes; John Houseman, producer and director; Roger Fisher, leading conflict resolution specialist; Bob Scheer, Los Angeles Times writer and frequent peace columnist and orator; Ann Cahn, director of the Committee for National Security; Norman Corwin, radio documentarian; Ted Turner, network executive; Gordon Adams, senior researcher of the Council on Economic Priorities; and Michael Pertschuk, former chair of the Federal Trade Commission.
For more information, contact Elfriede Houseman, at 703-447-1276, Ehouseman@nciinc.
The sport is also about showbiz, so movement and voice coach Barbara Houseman is on hand to make sure Kasper has the right attitude and posture to be a convincing villain.