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n.1.Same as 1st Morris.
a.1.Dancing the morrice; dancing.
In shoals and bands, a morrice train.
- Wordsworth.
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Bonnyrigg have won their first three games and Morrice insists it is vital to make a good start to be in the running for the title.
Nationalist councillors in West Lothian backed a complaint against Graeme Morrice from a councillor facing corruption charges.
MASLAK is an interesting recruit to jumps when Peter Hiatt unleashes the four-year-old in the Jewson Novices' Hurdle Qualifier (6.25) at Fontwell tonight, writes Neil Morrice.
Jane Morrice of the Women's Coalition added that the killing was part of an alarming culture of violence in the area.
Former Assembly member Jane Morrice said she was concerned with the 25 per cent rise in deaths on the same period last year.
KILTY STORM will love the cut in the ground when returning from a 653-day absence for David Pipe in the Strutt & Parker Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase at Newbury (3.15) today, writes Neil Morrice.
Morrice said: "This is an untrue smear against me."
Morrice, 51, says he believes voters know that Labour have done good work and adds: "What I've noticed, even among non-Labour voters, is a lot of anti-Tory sentiment and I think that's reflected throughout Scotland.
ALL 17 jockeys who rode in the concluding race at Fontwell yesterday were handed a oneday ban after they came out on to the course before they were called by the starter, writes Neil Morrice.
Puritan minister and political journalist Roger Morrice kept the journal between 1677 and 1691 in his own shorthand to stop the king's agents reading it.
Philip Hagan and Hardie were guilty of missing chances as United pushed for the lead and they were caught out when Sean Grady found Jim Morrice who netted in 75 minutes.
But council leader Graeme Morrice overturned the decision after they were flooded with calls from parents.