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A house is a structure used for habitation by people.
House may also refer to:
Arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit
- House, a villain in the Doctor Who episode "The Doctor's Wife"
- Gregory House, protagonist of the medical drama House
- Thomas "House" Conklin, a character in Police Academy comedy films
- House (1977 film), a Japanese horror film
- House (1986 film), an American horror/comedy film by Steve Miner
- House (1995 film), a Canadian film directed by Laurie Lynd
- House!, a 2000 British comedy film
- House (2008 film), a horror film based on the novel by Frank E. Peretti and Ted Dekker
- House (novel), a 2006 Christian fiction horror novel by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker
- House, a 1985 documentary book by Tracy Kidder
- House, one of two plays that constitute House & Garden (plays), 1999, by Alan Ayckbourn
Groups and labelsEdit
- "House" (Patrick Wolf song)
- "House" (The Psychedelic Furs song)
- "Houses", a Dinosaur Jr. song from the album Farm
- "Houses", a Søren song from the album Stargazing
- "The House Song", a Peter, Paul and Mary song from the album Album 1700
Other uses in musicEdit
Other uses in arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit
Government and royaltyEdit
People with the nameEdit
- All pages with titles beginning with House
- All pages with titles containing House
- Haus (disambiguation)
- Houses of Parliament (disambiguation)
- The House (disambiguation)
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