[mawr-uh-suh n, mor-]
- Samuel Eliot,1887–1976, U.S. historian.
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Examples from the Web for morison
"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.Inventors at Work
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.