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Morison

[mawr-uh-suh n, mor-]
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noun
  1. Samuel Eliot,1887–1976, U.S. historian.
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  • "Dr. Morison knows nothing at all about it," said naughty Marjory.

    Hunter's Marjory

    Margaret Bruce Clarke

  • This form is adopted with success for the Morison fire-boxes of the Vanderbilt locomotives.

  • The synonym of Morison at least, which he has thus by memory applied, proves to be erroneous.

    Lachesis Lapponica

    Carl von Linn

  • It was just when systematic Botany had fallen back to its lowest level that Morison appeared upon the scene.

  • Probably it was the critical study of the works of the Bauhins that led Morison to frame a system of classification of his own.