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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.
Successful delivery of this deal will create new high-value jobs, help safeguard the local economy and strengthen Morays communities.
The Moray Growth Deal will see 65 million invested in creating high-value jobs, strengthening local communities and safeguarding the future of the local economy.
Years of hard work paid off yesterday when a PS12 million sports centre designed to inspire future sporting stars from Moray was officially opened.
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.
The announcement of equal funding was made by The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, David Lidington, alongside the Scottish Government Minister Richard Lochhead on a joint visit to Moray College UHI.