(often pl) (in Britain) a set of minimum criteria for good housing construction, design, and facilities, recommended by the 1961 report of the Central Housing Advisory Committee chaired by Sir Parker Morris. Subsequent governments have urged private and local authority house-builders to achieve these standards
[pahr-ker] /ˈpɑr kər/ noun 1. Charles Christopher, Jr (“Bird”) 1920–55, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer. 2. Dorothy (Rothschild) 1893–1967, U.S. author. 3. Sir Gilbert, 1862–1932, Canadian novelist and politician in England. 4. Horatio William, 1863–1919, U.S. composer, organist, and teacher. 5. John, 1729–75, American Revolutionary patriot. 6. Matthew, 1504–75, English theologian. 7. Quanah, . 8. […]
[pahr-kerz-burg] /ˈpɑr kərzˌbɜrg/ noun 1. a city in NW West Virginia, on the Ohio River.
/pɑːks/ noun 1. Sir Henry. 1815–96, Australian journalist and politician born in England, five times premier of New South Wales, advocate of free trade and Federation, and a founder of the public education system
[pahr-ket] /pɑrˈkɛt/ noun, Canadian. 1. a small , usually open to the public and containing amenities like benches and children’s play facilities. /ˌpɑːkˈɛt/ noun 1. (Canadian) a small public park