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morays

tropical eels having porelike gill openings and no pectoral fins: moray eel
Not to be confused with:
mores – (pronounced moray) customs, conventions, practices: The settlers brought the mores of the old country with them.
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With this specimen of the French, not of Stratford-atte-Bowe, but of a finishing establishment in Moray Place, she left John alone in his father's sanctum.
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Residents had been calling for such a facility for a long time when plans for Moray Sports Centre were finally unveiled in 2015.
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Robert Moray. Letters of Sir Robert Moray to the Earl of Kincardine, 1657-1673.
Despite a leathery skin made slippery by mucous glands, a reputation for being a notoriously powerful biter, and the fact that it can be extremely toxic, the moray eel is a highly prized catch in some places.