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(mor'i-sŏn),
Ashton B., 20th-century Irish pathologist in the U.S. See: Verner-Morrison syndrome.
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Photos taken in May just after charges were introduced showed an almost empty Shell car park while Morrisons was virtually full.
The sale comes as Morrisons, Britain's fourth biggest supermarket, reveals its half year results today.
Morrisons will keep five M local stores, which are either on forecourts or will be converted to small Morrisons supermarkets.
The sales figures will provide a boost to Mr Potts as he prepares to face shareholders at the supermarket's annual general meeting tomorrow, although they come as Morrisons faces being kicked out of the FTSE 100 for the first time in more than 14 years.
Staff from Morrisons Cardiff Bay after they competed in the Dirty Dash Obstacle Race
Kevin Yapp, General Manager for Primary Distribution at Morrisons said: "The PCC model that has been developed specifically for us by Bibby Distribution has already delivered substantial benefits at the first two PCCs, which have been in operation since April 2013.
A report on financial wire service Bloomberg said the founding family of Bradford-based Morrisons had contacted private equity funds, naming CVC Capital Partners and Carlyle.
Paul Sanderson, head of GM online content & operations at Morrisons, says: The launch of Morrisons wine cellar last year marked an important step in Morrisons online strategy; Morrisons Cellar was the company s first deployment in the online space and our first ecommerce platform.
As Morrisons replaced its legacy business software with Oracle systems following major IT overhauling projects, Paragon remained the retailer's standard solution for optimising movements of ambient, chilled and frozen goods from its distribution centres to more than 400 stores across the UK.
Morrisons chief executive Dalton Philips said: "This agreement is a significant strategic step for Morrisons.
But yesterday it emerged that Bradford-based Morrisons has been in "exploratory" talks with Costcutter's owners since the end of last year about a possible buy-up.
Morrisons was reviewing all product categories as it stepped up its long-running vertical integration programme, he added.