Howse

/ˈhaʊz/ (say 'howz)

noun
Sir Neville Reginald, 1863–1930, Australian surgeon, soldier and National Party politician, born in England; awarded Victoria Cross in 1900 during the Boer War; directed AIF medical services during World War I.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Howse — is a surname, and may refer to:* Neville Howse (1863 1930), Australian soldier and politician * Pedro Howse (21st century), guitaristee also* House (disambiguation) * Howse Pass * Howse Peak * Howse River * Lindsey Howse …   Wikipedia

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  • Howse River — is a short river in western Alberta, Canada. It is a tributary of the North Saskatchewan River.Howse River is a corded river, with several streams crossing in its flood plain. It is formed when Freshfield, Forbes, David and Lagoon Creek unite and …   Wikipedia

  • Howse Peak — Infobox Mountain Name = Howse Peak Photo = Caption = Elevation = m to ft|3295|abbr=yes|precision=0 Location = flag|Alberta flag|British Columbia Range = Waputik Range, Canadian Rockies Coordinates = coord|51|48|8|N|116|40|54|W|type:mountain… …   Wikipedia

  • Howse Pass — Infobox Mountain Pass Name = Howse Pass Photo = Caption = Elevation = convert|1539|m|ft|0 Location =Canada Range = Canadian Rockies Coordinates =coord|51|48|N|116|45|W|type:pass region:CA|display=inline,title Topographic Transversed by =Howse… …   Wikipedia

  • HOWSE, Sir Neville Reginald (1864-1930) — surgeon, politician, administrator son of Alfred Howse, physician, was born in Somerset, England, on 26 October 1864. Educated at Freelands School, Taunton, he studied medicine and qualified M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. in 1883. In 1889 he went to… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Howse Pass —    In Rocky Mountains; source of North Saskatchewan River. Discovered by Duncan McGillivray, 1800. Named after Joseph Howse, of the North West Company.    Index: D Its discovery, 58 …   The makers of Canada

  • Neville Howse — The Honourable Major General Sir Neville Howse VC, KCB, KCMG, KStJ Member of the Australian Parliament for Calare …   Wikipedia

  • Don Howse — Born July 28, 1952 (1952 07 28) (age 59) Grand Falls, NF, CAN Height …   Wikipedia

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