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 (môr′ĭ-sən, mŏr′-), Toni Originally Chloe Wofford. Born 1931.
American writer who won the 1993 Nobel Prize for literature. Her novels, such as Sula (1973) and Beloved (1987), examine the experiences of African Americans.

Morrison

(ˈmɒrɪsən)
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1. (Biography) Herbert Stanley, Baron Morrison of Lambeth. 1888–1965, British Labour statesman, Home Secretary and Minister for Home Security in Churchill's War Cabinet (1942–45)
2. (Biography) Jim, full name James Douglas Morrison. 1943–71, US rock singer and songwriter, lead vocalist with the Doors
3. (Biography) Toni, full name Chloe Anthony Morrison. born 1931, US novelist, whose works include Sula (1974), Song of Solomon (1977), Beloved (1987), Jazz (1992), and Paradise (1998): awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1993
4. (Biography) Van, full name George Ivan Morrison. born 1945, Northern Irish rock singer and songwriter. His albums include Astral Weeks (1968), Moondance (1970), Avalon Sunset (1989), and Days Like These (1995)

Mor•ri•son

(ˈmɔr ə sən, ˈmɒr-)

n.
Toni (Chloe Anthony Wofford), born 1931, U.S. novelist: Nobel prize 1993.
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Noun1.Morrison - United States rock singer (1943-1971)
2.Morrison - United States writer whose novels describe the lives of African-Americans (born in 1931)
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Of course, we do not yet know what the relations may have been between Alec Cunningham, William Kirwan, and Annie Morrison.
Tell him that Rupert Morrison rang up to ask what he was to do with all this great stack of music that's arrived.
A Mr Morrison,' sad Annette, indifferently, 'rang up on the telephone and asked me to tell you that he was greatly worried by the piles of music which were littering the rooms you lent him.
It was one o'clock in the morning, and I had been dining with Swigger Morrison at his club.
You will remember that I had been dining with Swigger Morrison at his club.
But any sheep would be resolute and rash after dining with Swigger Morrison at his club.
I hear you've been awfully rude to poor little Morrison of the Post; but I'll be very careful what I say, and very quick.
He had accepted her impersonally along with the office furnishing, the office boy, Morrison, the chief, confidential, and only clerk, and all the rest of the accessories of a superman's gambling place of business.
He pumped Morrison, the clerk, who had first to vent his personal grievance against Miss Mason before he could tell what little he knew of her.
Rachel knew that he ought because she had heard him tell Peter Morrison the evening before in William J.