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Mo·rel

(mō-rel'),
Benedict A., French psychiatrist, 1809-1873. See: Morel ear, Stewart-Morel syndrome.
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My mom always knew of a few morel honey holes, and she kept them secret.
The Invention of Morel could be considered an example of what Alexa Weik von Mossner calls "the emplotment of cosmopolitanism," the emotional science fiction plot being the way Bioy explores the desire to stand on par with the metropolis (Cosmopolitan Minds 6).
This is bringing the league closer to kids in various regions around the world," Morel said, urging people in the region to "bounce the ball" rather than "kick it".
Morel joins Intradiem at a significant time as the company continues its strong growth trajectory and the strategic importance of its intraday automation solution continues to expand.
Morel has been charged with murdering an imam, Maulama Akonjee, 55, and his friend Thara Uddin, 64.
Most of the morel pickers had permits allowing them to harvest the mushrooms in national forests, he said, "but that doesn't apply to (the) National Park Service area.
Morel, 34, and Marsh, 27, had both previously admitted producing Class A and Class B drugs.
Morel retired in June 2015 as chairman of West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.
Mostly they believed that gathering all or assuasive amount of morel would bring misfortune to the family and to their assets.
But despite the many achievements of this reformer, rebel and political activist, admirers of Edmund D Morel say he has been rubbed out of history.
Two types of Morel (Morchella esculenta and Morchella elata) are highly prized edible mushroom in Pakistan.
Freelance photojournalist Daniel Morel was awarded $1.