Definition of Houser
1. one who organizes housing projects [n -S]
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Literary usage of Houser
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1. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1904)
"Gilbert L. houser. ' 'The Action of Chloric Acid on Metals."—WS Hendrixson. ... Gilbert L. houser.) "Stereoscopic Projection in Natural Colors. ..."
2. Journal by General Assembly, Pennsylvania General Assembly. Senate, Pennsylvania (1901)
"He was told by houser that he had none, and he then asked houser to pawn for him a ... houser, without suspicion, stepped across the street and pawned the ..."
3. Indiana and Indianans: A History of Aboriginal and Territorial Indiana and by Jacob Piatt Dunn, George William Harrison Kemper (1919)
"More than most men Doctor houser is well fitted for that leadership which depends upon fearless independent thinking and action. His ability to eliminate ..."
4. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1904)
"BY GILBERT L. houser. Professor of Animal Morphology in the University of Iowa. With the discovery of the centrosome, microscopical work on the animal cell ..."
5. The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value and by John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman (1887)
"houser interested himself for her, spoke to a Mr. Dunlap to advance the ... Bowman testifies that then he conveyed the property to houser upon the same ..."
6. Quantrill and the Border Wars by William Elsey Connelley (1909)
"houser Justice of Peace I, Samuel H. houser, a Justice of the Peace, ... Whereas complaint has been made before me, Samuel H. houser, Justice of the Peace, ..."
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