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English poet (1859-1936)

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Williams, R.D., Housman, J.M., Odum, M., & Rivera, A.
It's been modernised, but Housman would recognise its layout, which includes five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen/diner and many period features.
In Housman's fairy tale the unification begins with a journey towards the unknown.
Housman points to pot-ready spaghetti, which is cut to 5 inches in length, as a convenience-minded packaging option to add growth to the category Pouches also ramp up the convenience factor.
Every important aspect of Housman's life revealed his divided character.
Nothing could be less like Housman's limpid quatrains than Rosenberg's compressed imagery, or more contrasting than Kipling's mastery of traditional verse forms with the near-prose of David Jones's In Parenthesis.
Housman, a member of the committee since it was established in 2002, said the West Brick Schoolhouse was built after a wooden school building, circa 1791, was destroyed by fire.
Housman presented "Multifamily Financing Alternatives," where he compared the underwriting and financing terms for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Federal Housing Administration (FHA), conduits and banks.
"FONEX is a model partner for RAD, for many reasons," said Mark Housman, Vice President of Sales for RAD Data Communications.
Housman's collected poems off the shelf, checked it out, and scrambled back to my seat on the bus.
English classical scholarship; historical reflections on Bentley, Porson, and Housman. (reprint, 1986)
Housman used the "home is the sailor" line as part of a memorial to Robert Lewis Stevenson, who originally penned the words.
David Housman, a geneticist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, said scientists will now be looking for other diseases with similar causes, and they expect to find them.