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Mor·i·son

(mōr'i-sŏn),
James R., British surgeon, 1853-1939. See: Morison pouch.
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Morison fired Leeds ahead shortly after Billy Sharp had missed from the spot.
Raju Menon, founder chairman and managing partner of the group commented at the event: "The growth of Morison Menon from a three member practice in 1994 to a leader in Accounting, Audit, Business and Management Consulting domain -- with more than 500 professionals across the GCC and India -- is the result of the commitment of our partners and staff.
As a successful businessman, Morison could have enjoyed his income and sat back and relished the beauty of his homes in Amherst and Lyndeborough, two of New Hampshire's most beautiful towns.
The 29-year-old was then told to find a new club by McDermott on the first day of pre-season, with Morison joining former club Millwall on a season-long loan.
SOGGY SOGGY The ball bounced into the path of Morison, who tucked it past keeper Julian Speroni for his second of the afternoon and his third since joining Leeds from Norwich.
Morison misses out today as he is troubled by a thigh strain.
Morison was full of praise for Welsh team-mate Gareth Bale who got the two late goals to overturn the lead given to the Scots by James Morrison in the first half.
And, with the Serbs drawing 0-0 in Scotland in their first game on Saturday, Morison insists he and his team-mates have every chance of getting things back on track tomorrow night.
Morison said: "We have beaten some good teams over the last year and we know we can do well if we focus on ourselves.
Steve Morison then made it 3-1 when he headed home in 63 minutes from Andrew Crofts' cross.
NEW Norwich striker Steve Morison maintains the Canaries have what it takes to emulate the likes of Wigan and West Brom and stay in the Premier League.
STRIKER Steve Morison believes Wales still have much to play for in their remaining Euro 2012 qualifiers, if not a place in the finals themselves.