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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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That may be the meaning of life," the company said on Twitter, quoting Morrison's 1993 acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
'I stopped writing until I began to think, he would be really put out if he thought that he had caused me to stop,' Morrison told Interview magazine in 2012.
It can be said that the Toyo Bunko, which was developed by Morrison as a result of discussions on the "China Problem" in the last century, is a perfect repository of materials for understanding the genesis and future of today's "China Problem".
In January 2015, Morrison joined PPG and became associate director of R&D, Industrial Coatings & Packaging Coatings.
Stacey insisted calling the medic herself and when Morrison explained how the pain had shifted from the middle of his stomach to the lower righthand side, Dr Nokes immediately diagnosed the potential for acute appendicitis.
That was before Chantry began working at Christian Liberty Academy in Arlington Heights in 2002, where he and Morrison were fifth-grade teachers.
The final battle between Morrison and Dutton was finally won by the former.
Morrison had falsely told investigators from the Department for Work and Pensions that her employment with NHS Forth Valley didn't include 'hands on' care of patients 'as such' during an interview under caution in December, 2013.
After passing the Georgia bar, Morrison joined the law firm of Howard, Camp and Tiller in Atlanta, where he practiced law until being inducted into the Army in October 1942.
The book is divided into five parts, each of which is headed by a quote from Morrison's latest novel, as the essays grapple with themes that are also prevalent in Home, and framed by a couple of poems that belong to acclaimed poets Rita Dove and Sonia Sanchez.
Boxing manager Alex Morrison has been made bankrupt by rival promoter Frank Warren over PS50,000 in unpaid libel damages.