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Mor·i·son

(mōr'i-sŏn),
James R., British surgeon, 1853-1939. See: Morison pouch.
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Morison then laid it on a plate for Lee Gregory to bundle home at the far post five minutes after Liam Cooper saw red for the second time this season for a late challenge on George Saville.
If we get to those milestones then we'll have that conversation," Morison said.
MILLWALL Archer 6, McLaughlin 7, Hutchinson 7, Cooper 6, Meredith 6, Wallace 6, Tunnicliffe 7, Saville 6, O'Brien 6 (Ferguson 69, 6), Gregory 7 (Craig 90), Morison 8 (Elliott 74, 6).
Meredith's low shot following good work from Josh Cullen and Nicky Law was blocked at the start of the second period and at the other end Morison fired Lee Gregory's knockdown off target.
Widely respected as a writer on religion and a staunch Glasite, a follower of the church movement founded by John Glas (1695-1773) (whose collected works Robert Morison had issued in five volumes in 1782-1783), (6) James Morison belonged to the Morison family of eminent Perth booksellers and printers but he died on 20 February 1809, (7) aged forty-nine, two years before the edition of Burns's works was published.
Once you've got hold of him it's fine, you can kick him into the stand and keep him out of the game, but Morison had everything combined and is definitely my hardest opponent.
Hitchiner is a major New Hampshire employer, and Morison was careful to include a variety of people on its board to bring outside perspectives to the oversight of the company.
Millwall loanee Steve Morison remains in the dark over his Leeds United future after being forced out by manager Brian McDermott.
The ball was flicked on into the path of strike partner Steve Morison, who showed great composure to lift his shot over Shay Given.
STRIKER Steve Morison believes Wales can head into today's clash in Croatia with renewed optimism thanks to their 2-1 win over Scotland.
STEVE MORISON insists the Wales players never lost faith in their ability to deliver results for manager Chris Coleman.
STEVE MORISON believes Wales are ready to start their qualifying campaign with a bang , after receiving a "kick up the backside" from manager Chris Coleman.