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“Daniel Waterhouse is rarely seen, being mostly immobile in London during the years of this book, and wishing he were in Massachusetts.”
“Lawrence Pritchard Waterhouse is one of those people.”
“I do not understand the length of sentences handed down to Mark Masters and Sean Thompson who were found guilty of beating to death Gavin Waterhouse.”
“They held meetings and heard sermons in the warehouse of a wealthy draper; and shortly before Mrs. Matthew's demise they built a chapel, still extant, in a dingy little thoroughfare known as Waterhouse-lane.”
“Our waiter was really cool and he suggested a good place to go skiing or snow-shoeing that the locals love called Waterhouse peak in Luther Pass.”
“The destinies of fictional early scientist Daniel Waterhouse, "King of the Vagabonds" Jack Shaftoe, and former-harem-girl-turned-economics-wizard Eliza improbably yet inevitably weave together through court intrigue, Le Roi himself and the founding of the Royal Society, but even that doesn't begin to cover Quicksilver's joyous sprawl.”
“Surge, led by former TD Waterhouse USA Chief Executive Frank Petrilli , aimed to break into the business of matching up incoming trades using technology and staff from Madoff's operation.”
“In a recent survey by Price Waterhouse Coopers, Russian business leaders listed China as their number-one growth area.”
“Surge, led by former TD Waterhouse USA Chief Executive Frank Petrilli , aimed to break into the business of matching up incoming trades using technology and staff from the Madoff operation.”
“But it was an inspired idea of Bean's to transpose the action to glamorously sleazy 1963 Brighton: a place that, as Keith Waterhouse famously said, always look as if it is about to help police with their enquiries.”
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