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Mor·i·son

 (môr′ĭ-sən, mŏr′-), Samuel Eliot 1887-1976.
American historian noted for his works on American and maritime history.

Mor•i•son

(ˈmɔr ə sən, ˈmɒr-)

n.
Samuel Eliot, 1887–1976, U.S. historian.
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Morison Baynes, a young man of considerable wealth who, having exhausted all the possibilities for pleasure offered by the capitals of Europe, had gladly seized upon this opportunity to turn to another continent for excitement and adventure.
Morison Baynes found Meriem a most beautiful and charming companion.
But Steve Morison quickly equalised and then he was caught by Mat Sadler for the decisive spot-kick confidently converted by Gregory.
STEVE MORISON was toast at Leeds after going two long and agonising years without hitting the net.
Morison (below) slotted home a low drive after Keiren Westwood parried his initial effort on 72 minutes to leave boss Neil Redfearn purring.
STEVE MORISON is praying for an end to Leeds' off-field turmoil and urged the club to secure the future of Neil Redfearn.
The Middle East head office of Morison Menon was officially inaugurated by Sami Al Qamzi, director-general of the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai, and T.
Morison Memorial Hall, or the Morison Building, on the Headland at Hartlepool was named after Dr Bertie Morison.
22mins: Ollie Norwood's misplaced pass lets in Steve Morison, but his shot is easily gathered.
Let's Av A Riot A Steve Morison in his days with Stevenage Borough (Morison went on to play for Norwich City in the Premier Skip Dean Keates League, has won 20 Wales caps and is now on loan at Millwall).
Morison was 100 years old when he died, a resident of the RiverMead retirement community.
LADBROKES is to sponsor the Steve Morison and Grant Holt Racing Club with the link-up planned to coincide with the start of the new football season.