They had, according to morgen, “a wonderful, symbiotic relationship with the press.”
“But that was a pivotal moment—a turning point—for the band,” adds morgen.
Wir assen dann immitten der Leichen unsern Reis, seit morgen hatten wir nichts gegessen.
It corresponds to the German "morgen" and the French "journée."
Jan Celliers (pronounced Seljee) lives on his farm of 3000 morgen with his second wife and a family of twelve.
This is sometimes reckoned to contain 160, but sometimes 120 morgen.
The morning after the wedding, the husband, before they arose, presented to his wife the morgen gift.
He said he reckoned that such land would carry four sheep a morgen.
Thus in Kln, the morgen is 3172 ares, the Waldmorgen 3806 ares.
Alba war gerade damit2 beschftigt sich zu schmcken, als Zeitvertreib, nachdem sie den3 ganzen morgen Gold gehaspelt.
old measure of land in Holland (hence also in South Africa and colonial New York and New Jersey), roughly two acres, probably identical with Dutch morgen "morning" (see morn) and meaning "the amount of land one man can plow in a morning."