- Christopher Darlington,1890–1957, U.S. writer.
- Edward Williams,1838–1923, U.S. chemist and physicist.
- John, Viscount Morley of Blackburn,1838–1923, English statesman, journalist, biographer, and critic.
- Thomas,1557–1603?, English composer, especially of madrigals.
- a male given name.
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Morley Safer has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since December 1970.Why Smart People Are Dumb
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“The alternative is he's just getting old, his male hormone is getting down,” Morley said.What's Eating Steve Jobs?
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I do not care whether Lord Morley made this statement or did not make it.'Tis Sixty Years Since
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It was in the late 'seventies, I think, that I first saw Mr. Morley.A Writer's Recollections (In Two Volumes), Volume II
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Morley made it a point to win the affection and goodwill of his father-in-law.
I am as sure as Hephzy is that Ardelia did not know what Morley had done.
I asked if you knew where Miss Morley had gone and where she was at the present time?
- an industrial town in N England, in Leeds unitary authority, West Yorkshire. Pop: 54 051 (2001)
- Edward Williams. 1838–1923, US chemist who collaborated with A. A. Michelson in the Michelson-Morley experiment
- John, Viscount Morley of Blackburn. 1838–1923, British Liberal statesman and writer; secretary of state for India (1905–10)
- Robert. 1908–92, British actor. His many films include Major Barbara (1940), Oscar Wilde (1960), and The Blue Bird (1976)
- Thomas. ?1557–?1603, English composer and organist, noted for his madrigals and his textbook on music, A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke (1597)
- American chemist and physicist who with Albert Michelson disproved the existence of ether, the hypothetical medium of electromagnetic waves. Their work served as the starting point for Albert Einstein's development of the theory of relativity.
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