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Mor·ri·son

(mor'i-sŏn),
Ashton B., 20th-century Irish pathologist in the U.S. See: Verner-Morrison syndrome.
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For more information about Taylor Morrison and Darling Homes please visit www.
Finally, in 2001, Morrison trades the boardroom for the open road and fulfills a life-long childhood dream to become a truck driver.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce decided that Morrison was worth another chance.
Paul Morrison, 26, knifed Mr Kennedy, 29, to death after he tried to stop him assaulting his girlfriend Jamie Leigh Eunson in a South Shields street.
A more sharply focused study might have concentrated on Toomer and Naylor, in whose works Wardi seems most interested, perhaps along with Morrison, examining more carefully both sides of the contradictions in the African American pastoral.
And the two Bruins who guarded Morrison the most - Bozeman and guard Arron Afflalo - had differing views on facing Morrison.
The closing of this loan represents a significant accomplishment for GECC and Tarragon, as well as Morrison & Foerster," said Mr.
This facade represents the most significant shift for Allies and Morrison, where instead of clarifying the nature of the facade through layers revealed in elevation, it is the cross section that derives its form from the specific obligations of the inner and outer surfaces.
I salute Toni Morrison, of course, because of the phenomenal body of work she has created, the myriad prizes she has won, and her many other accomplishments (See cover story, page 28).
One song is called 'In the Butt,' and it's just so nasty, I don't know how they're going to get a PG rating," Morrison says, laughing.
AWG, which runs water and sewerage utility Anglian Water and also owns Purac at Kidderminster, said it had been told when buying Morrison that the firm was expected to make a pre-tax profit of pounds 30.