a tall eucalyptus, Eucalyptus longicornis, of SW Australia, having pointed buds
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How to use morrell in a sentence
In his place, Mike morrell, the acting CIA head who served as a deputy to Petraeus, will testify about the fatal Libya attack.Alleged Petraeus Mistress Suggested She Was Privy to State Secrets | Eli Lake | November 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
morrell did not immediately respond to requests for comment by the Bee.
A foot or so over Mr. morrell's head, Mrs. Lacey replies that Mr. Lacey hasn't decided yet.
Then Mr. morrell makes a signal, the younger ones troop out, breaking into loud shouts the moment they are clear of the room.
Mr. morrell, for example, had sunk quite a lot of money in the place, and liked to keep an eye on his interests.
When June's fortune is finished all applaud her, as if she had performed some feat of skill, and then Mr. morrell seizes Wy.
"I will send him as soon as he comes," said Mrs. morrell, giving Matt that glance of liking which no good woman could withhold.The Quality of Mercy | W. D. Howells