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Mor, however, denies that the organized American Jewish community is significantly closed to Palestinians at all.
Finally, Mor insists that the real insularity exists not on the American Jewish, but on the Palestinian side.
Not once in his entire critique, in fact, does Mor dispute the accuracy of my evidence.
Then Mor Inga told Knutty exactly what she had heard, neither more nor less.
"The guests must not see one speck of dust nor one unpolished door-handle," Mor Inga said.
Morphia, mor′fi-a, n. the chief narcotic principle of opium: a drug which causes sleep or deadens pain—also Mor′phine.
He don't let go for mor'n about the hundredth part of a second.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White
All right, sir; I'll do my best wi' it; but I'll be mor'n glad when it's safe done.Derrick Sterling|Kirk Monroe