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Correspondent Morley Safer and Picard suggested that Mark, “of all the people that should have known… should have known.”
Morley Safer has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since December 1970.
In Come Sunday, Isla Morley looks at a woman who keeps on in the face of extreme grief.
Morley is a stunning storyteller, although Come Sunday should not be attempted without a Kleenex box at hand.
Come Sundayby Isla Morley Isla Morley's first novel should not be attempted without a Kleenex box at hand.
Believe me when I tell you that I never join Morley in any of his sinful doings, especially his drinking bouts.
Morley Jones paused, and Mr Durant looked at him attentively for a few seconds.
Passing the harbour, he went down to the beach, and there unexpectedly met with Mr Morley Jones.
The word is here used in the former sense; and the remark in Morley's Eng.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
From both Mr. and Mrs. Morley he received much kindness, which continued until the day of his death.Robert Moffat|David J. Deane