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Morea Morea (Greek: Μωρέας or Μωριάς) was the name of the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece during the Middle Ages and the early modern period. It also referred to a Byzantine province in the region, known as the Despotate of Morea.
Moreau Catholic High School Moreau Catholic High School is a college preparatory Roman Catholic secondary school founded by the Southwest Province of the Congregation of the Holy Cross. It is located in Hayward, California within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland under the care of Allen Vigneron, the Bishop of Oakland.
Moreau Lake State Park Moreau Lake State Park is a state park located in Saratoga County, New York in the USA. Located in the southwest part of Moreau, New York off I-87 (the Northway), the 4100-acre park offers snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter, swimming in Moreau Lake, paddling on the Hudson River, over 20 miles of hiking trails, and camping in the spring, summer, and fall.
Morebarne Grange Morebarne or Moore Barn, a grange originally belonging to the Abbey of Merevale, near Orton on the Hill in Sparkenhoe Hundred, Leicestershire. It is mentioned in possession of Robert Bradshaw in 1567, and as the 'capite' of Robert Bradshaw esq.
Morecambe Branch Line The Morecambe Branch Line is a railway line from Lancaster to Morecambe and Heysham where services connect with the ferry service to Douglas on the Isle of Man. To reach Heysham, trains must reverse at Morecambe.
Morecambe High School Founded in 1919 as Morecambe Grammar School, the school moved to its current site on Dallam Avenue in 1938. The Ward family, who still maintain an interest in the school, donated the land to Lancashire county council.
Morehead Planetarium The Morehead Planetarium and Science Center is located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. First opened in 1949, the planetarium was used to train Gemini and Apollo program astronauts in celestial navigation.
Morehead Scholarship The Morehead Scholarship is a four-year full scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Founded by John Motley Morehead III in 1951, and modeled after the Rhodes Scholarship, it is the oldest merit-based scholarship in the United States.
Morehead State University Morehead State University is a public, co-educational university located in Morehead, Kentucky in the foothills of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Rowan County, midway between Lexington, Kentucky and Huntington, West Virginia off Interstate 64. The 2005 and 2006 editions of "America's Best Colleges" by U.
Morehouse College Morehouse College is a private, all-male, historically black liberal arts college in Atlanta, Georgia. Located on a 61-acre (247,000 m²) campus, the college has an enrollment of 3,000 students and is one of four remaining all-male colleges in the United States.
Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Moreland Township, is a defunct township that was located in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. The borough ceased to exist and was incorporated into the City of Philadelphia following the passage of the Act of Consolidation, 1854.
Morell-Fortune Bay Morell-Fortune Bay is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative assembly of Prince Edward Island, Canada. The riding was created for the 1996 election from most of 2nd Kings plus a small part of 3rd Kings and 5th Kings.
Morellino di Scansano Morellino di Scansano DOC is an Italian red wine made in the hilly environs of the village of Scansano (GR), not far from the Maremma coast in southern Tuscany. Morellino is a local strain of (or simply a local name for) the Sangiovese grape varietal.
Morello crime family The Morello crime family was one of the earliest crime families to be established in the United States and New York city. The Morello crime family was based in Manhattan's East Harlem and would establish dominance over the New York Sicilian mafia families operating in the Italian-American underworld.
Moremi Queen Moremi Ajasoro, is a figure of high significance in the history of the Yorubas of southwest Nigeria. She hailed from Ile-Ife a town that was being persecuted by the Igbos and its citizens being enslaved by the same.
Moremonui Moremonui or Moremunui is a location in the Northland Region of New Zealand, 12 miles south of Maunganui Bluff. It is known principally as the site of a Māori battle fought in either 1807 or 1808 between the Kaipara branches of the Ngāti Whātua, Te-Uri-o-Hau and Te Roroa iwi on one side and the Ngapuhi iwi on the other.
Morena Baccarin Morena Baccarin (born January 2, 1979) is an Italo-Brazilian actress, best known for her role as Inara Serra in the short-lived sci-fi television series Firefly and the follow-up movie Serenity. Morena was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Morenão Morenão, also known as Estádio Universitário Pedro Pedrossian, is the home ground of Operário and Esporte Clube Comercial. It is located at Cidade Universitária ("University City", in English), in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul.
Moreno Moreno (Spanish for a dark or brown-skinned person) is both a common last name, and an Spanish adjective often used as a term of endearment among those of Latino descent (fem: Morena). It might refer to the following:
Moreno Suprapto Moreno Suprapto or Moreno Soepraptopage 18, Autosport magazine - 28th September 2006 (born November 14, 1982 in Jakarta) is an Indonesian driver. He is the younger brother of another Indonesian driver Ananda Mikola.
Moreno Valley Freeway The Moreno Valley Freeway is a freeway segment of California State Highway 60 and Interstate 215, connecting Riverside to communities further east in the Inland Empire and (via Interstate 10) to the Coachella Valley. Its western terminus is at the intersection of the Pomona (California State Route 60) and Riverside freeways (California State Route 91 and Interstate 215), near downtown Riverside.
Morera's theorem In complex analysis, a branch of mathematics, Morera's theorem states that if the integral of a continuous complex-valued function f of a complex variable along every simple closed curve within an open set D is zero, that is, if
Moresby Island Gulf Moresby island is located in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, and is not to be confused with the Moresby Island of the Queen Charlotte Islands. It is currently a privately owned island, used to raise cattle (for beef), and is not open to the general public.
Moret Law The Moret Law was approved in Puerto Rico on June 4, 1870 as a result of the efforts of Roman Baldorioty de Castro, Luis Padial, Julio Vizcarrondo, and Segismundo Moret. This law granted freedom to slaves born after September 17, 1868, slaves who served in the Spanish army (particularly those who fought in the Ten Years' War in Cuba), slaves over 60 years old (along with slaves who turned 60 thereafter), and slaves who were owned by the Spanish government.
Moretna Jiru Moretna Jiru is one of the 105 woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Semien Shewa Zone, Moretna Jiru is bordered on the south by Siyadebrina Wayu Ensaro, on the west by Lay Betna Tach Bet, on the north by Gera Midira Keya Gebriel, and on the east by Debre Berhan Zuria.
Moreton Bay bug The Moreton Bay bug (Thenus orientalis), also known as the Bay lobster, is a species of slipper lobster found throughout the waters of Australia's north coast. It is a relatively expensive delicacy served in many restaurants in Queensland.
Moreton Island Moreton Island is a large sand island on the eastern side of Moreton Bay, on the coast of south-east Queensland, Australia. The island covers an area of approximately 170 square kilometres, and extends for 38 kilometres from north to south.
Moreton-in-Marsh Moreton-in-Marsh is a town in Gloucestershire, England. The name "Moreton" derives from "Farmstead on the Moor," while "Marsh" may be a corruption of “march”, which means "boundary.
Moreton, Oxfordshire Moreton-in-Marsh is a village in the East of Gloucestershire is not to be confused with two neighbouring villages, North and South Moreton, in the old Moreton Hundred in South Oxfordshire, the current small settlement (but in previous times a larger village) of Moreton, a mile to the South-West of Northmoor in Oxfordshire, and also the small hamlet of Moreton, near Thame in Oxfordshire.
Moreton, Staffordshire Moreton is a small countryside village in Staffordshire. It is additionally described as being 3 1/2 miles south-west from Gnosall Station, and 4 south-east from Newport, both on the Stafford and Shrewsbury section of the London and North Western railway.
Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway The Moretonhampstead and South Devon Railway was a 7 ft 0ÂĽ in broad gauge railway which linked the South Devon Railway at Newton Abbot railway station with Bovey Tracey and Moretonhampstead, Devon, United Kingdom.
Morewood, Ontario Morewood is a small town in Eastern Ontario, with a population of around 500. It is situated roughly an half hour's distance Southeast of Ottawa, at the intersection of county road 13 (also known as the Morewood Road) and county road 7 .
Morey MK 1 Knife The Morey MK 1 knife was originally designed in late 1991 by Chuck Morey who was enlisted in the US Navy at the time. The interesting thing about this knife is the fact that it was the only combat knife manufactured in the Persian Gulf for use in Operation Desert Storm.
Morey PAI The Morey Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) is an objective inventory of adult personality traits and psychopathological elements. The PAI consists of some 344 questionnaire items that form 22 scales of assessment1 covering the following broad categories:
Morfa Dyffryn Morfa Dyffryn beach is on the Welsh coast, between Barmouth and Harlech. This sandy beach is several kilometres long and is chiefly known for having an officially recognised naturist area, one kilometre in length.
Morfa Mawddach railway station Morfa Mawddach railway station in Gwynedd, Wales, on the Cambrian Coast Railway from Dovey Junction was formerly a junction station (known as Barmouth Junction) connecting with the Ruabon to Barmouth line (closed in 1965). Between Morfa Mawddach and Barmouth the railway crosses the Afon Mawddach on the famous Barmouth Bridge.
Morfydd Llwyn Owen Morfydd Llwyn Owen (1891-1918) made a huge influence in development to Welsh music through the great independence of her writings. Her choral music gave the vocal lines independence from the piano accompaniment.
Morgagni's hernia Morgagni's hernia is a hernia through small congenital defects in the anterior diaphragm (the foramina of Morgagni). Most hernias occur on the right side and are asymptomatic, although sometimes there is some epigastric discomfort.
Morgan Morgan is both a given name and a surname, as well as the name of many places. The surname Morgan is claimed to be of Welsh origin, meaning "borne from the sea", and is a popular family name in that country, but there are a group of Morgans from "Morgund" in the North of Scotland, the name being listed as the 36th most common name in the UK, with a similar position in the USA.
Morgan Academy Morgan Academy is a secondary school in Dundee, Scotland. It was designed in 1862 by the Edinburgh architects John Dick Peddie and Charles Kinnear, opening in 1868 as the Morgan Hospital a charitable institution providing accommodation and education for "sons of tradesmen and persons of the working class generally whose parents stand in the need of assistance".
Morgan Advanced Ceramics Morgan Advanced Ceramics (MAC) is a subsidiary of The Morgan Crucible Company plc, MAC forms part of the Morgan Technical Ceramics (MTC) group. The group also includes Morgan Electro Ceramics (MEC) and from manufacturing locations in North America, Europe and Asia, an extensive range of products, including ceramic components; braze alloys; ceramic/metal assemblies and engineered coatings are supplied.
Morgan Beatus Morgan Beatus is a group of illuminations by the artist Maius based on the Commentary on the Apocalypse by the eighth-century Spanish monk Beatus, which described the end of days and the Last Judgment. Having been created at some time in the 10th century, the Morgan Beatus is the oldest example of a revived Spanish apocalypse tradition.
Morgan Bulkeley Morgan Gardner Bulkeley (December 26, 1837 - November 6, 1922) was an American politician as well as business and sports executive. Bulkeley, a Republican, served as governor of Connecticut and a United States Senator and was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame as the first president of the National League.
Morgan C. Hamilton Morgan Calvin Hamilton (February 25, 1809– November 21, 1893) was an American merchant and politician from Texas. He represented Texas as a Radical Republican in the United States Senate during reconstruction.
Morgan Cassius Fitzpatrick Morgan Cassius Fitzpatrick was a American politician and a member of the United States House of Representatives for the 4th congressional district of Tennessee. He was born on October 29, 1868 near Carthage, Tennessee in Smith County.
Morgan Clark In the science fiction television series Babylon 5, William Morgan Clark was the president of the Earth Alliance. He was previously President Luis Santiago's vice-president, and succeeded him after arranging the assassination of Santiago.
Morgan County, Alabama Morgan County the most populated county in the Decatur Metropolitan Area, and the second most populated county in the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area. Its name is in honor of General Daniel Morgan, of Virginia.
Morgan Creek Productions Morgan Creek Productions is an American film studio that has released box-office hits like Young Guns, Major League, True Romance, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Crush, and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and others. The studio was founded in 1988 by James G.
Morgan Crofton Morgan Crofton (born 1826 in Dublin, Ireland, died in 1915 in Brighton, England) was a mathematician who contributed to the field of geometric probability theory. He also worked with James Joseph Sylvester and contributed an article in the Encyclopædia Brittanica on probability.
Morgan Edge Morgan Edge is a fictional character, a DC Comics supervillain, leader of the mob known as Intergang and one of Superman's enemies. He was created by Jack Kirby, and first appeared in Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #133 (October 1970).
Morgan Falls Dam Morgan Falls Dam is a small hydroelectric dam located along the Chattahoochee River in northern Georgia, in the northern suburbs of metro Atlanta. Originally constructed in 1904 by Georgia Power to provide electricity for Atlanta's streetcars, it now provides enough power for about 4400 homes.
Morgan Four Seater The Morgan Four Seater is a model from the Morgan Motor Company with four full seats but little luggage space. It is a true roadster, with snap on top and side curtains, making it a true four seat sports cars.
Morgan Griffith Morgan Griffith (born March 15, 1958) is the majority leader of the Virginia House of Delegates. Griffith is a Republican who represents the eight district which includes all of Salem, Virginia and parts of Roanoke County.
Morgan Hill Unified School District The Morgan Hill Unified School District operates ten elementary schools (K-6), three middle schools (7-9), and two high schools in the greater San Jose, California, USA area. The district has 400 teachers (FTEs) serving 8809 students.
Morgan Hill, California Morgan Hill () is a city located in the southern part of Santa Clara County, California, USA. Founded on November 10, 1906, the city was named after Hiram Morgan Hill, a San Franciscan who built a country retreat home here in 1884.
Morgan Chevalier Morgan Chevalier is the name of a fictional character in the Gundam universe. He was an ace pilot for the Earth Alliance's Eurasian Federation, like space combat ace Edward Harrelson, underwater ace Jane Houston, MS instructor-turned ace Rena Imelia and fellow countryman Canard Pars.
Morgan Kaufmann Morgan Kaufmann is a San Francisco based academic research publishing group that was recently acquired by Elsevier group It was founded in 1984 and privately held till 1998. Usually it published books related to Computer Science] like Artificial Intelligence, Databases, software engineering and computer networks.
Morgan Knabe Morgan Knabe (born May 20, 1981 in Calgary, Alberta) is a breaststroke swimmer from Canada, who competed for his native country at two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 2000. His best Olympic results were a sixth place in the 100m Breaststroke, and with the Men's 4x100m Medley Relay in Sydney, Australia.
Morgan Kraft Morgan Kraft (ASCAP) is a composer and band leader currently based in Asheville, North Carolina, where he performs and records with the Morgan Kraft Band and is a producer/engineer for Silvermine Studios Marshall, North Carolina. Currently, Kraft performs exclusively on a fretless guitar.
Morgan Lewis Windmill Morgan Lewis Windmill, St Andrew is that last sugar windmill to operate in Barbados: it stopped grinding cane in 1947. It was given to the Barbados National Trust by the late Egbert Lawrence Bannister for preservation as a museum.
Morgan Line The Morgan Line was the line of demarcation, set up after World War II in what had been northeastern Italy, between the occupying troops of Yugoslavia on the east and those of the British Commonwealth and the United States on the west, established pending the determination of a new, permanent Italian-Yugoslav boundary. Its name was derived from that of the British representative at the negotiations which resulted in the line, Lieutenant General Sir William Morgan.
Morgan LIFEcar The Morgan LIFEcar (Lightweight Fuel Efficient Car) is a fuel cell-powered electric vehicle project being undertaken by Morgan Motor Company and startup company OSCar. The goal of LIFEcar is a sports car that will be environmentally responsible, and also deliver impressive performance.
Morgan Llywelyn Morgan Llywelyn (born 1937) is an American-born Irish author of historical fantasy, historical fiction, and historical non-fiction. Her fiction has received several awards and has sold more than 40 million copies, and she herself is recipient of the 1999 Exceptional Celtic Woman of the Year Award from Celtic Women International.
Morgan Morgan Colonel Morgan Morgan, (born in Wales in 1688, died at Bunker Hill, West Virginia in 1766) founded the first permanent white settlement on Mill Creek in Berkeley County in what is now West Virginia sometime between 1726 and 1731.
Morgan Murphy Stations The Morgan Murphy Stations is a television, radio and newspaper chain based out of Madison, Wisconsin. It is named for publisher Morgan Murphy, who expanded the business after he took over from his grandfather, who founded the Superior Evening Telegram .
Morgan Nicholls Morgan Nicholls is a British musician, who has formerly played in early-'90s band Senseless Things, a semi-solo project called Morgan and The Streets, amongst others. He has also contributed as a session musician to Gorillaz and is widely rumoured to be the inspiration for the Gorillaz character Murdoc.
Morgan Quitno Morgan Quitno Press is an independent research and publishing company based out of Lawrence, Kansas. They compile books with statistics of crime rates, health care, education, and other categories, ranking cities and states in the United States.
Morgan State University Morgan State University, formerly Centenary Biblical Institute (1867-1890), Morgan College (1890 -1975), is located in residential Baltimore, Maryland. Morgan is a historically black college and Maryland's designated public urban university.
Morgan Strebler Morgan Strebler is a close up and stage magician known for his amazing metal bending. He has come out with several products including his famous fork routine, Liquid Metal (on DVD produced by Penguin magic), which he performs nightly in his act at the bellagio in Las Vegas.
Morgan Technical Ceramics Morgan Technical Ceramics (MTC) is a division of The Morgan Crucible Company plc, comprising Morgan Advanced Ceramics (MAC) and Morgan Electro Ceramics (MEC). The group manufactures products from a comprehensive range of ceramic, glass, precious metal, piezoelectric and dielectric materials.
Morgan Territory Morgan Territory is a region in California on the east side of Mount Diablo in the San Francisco East Bay's Contra Costa County. The area is named for settler Jeremiah Morgan (earliest published Munro 1882 and USGS 1898).
Morgan Webb Morgan Ailis Webb (born October 5, 1978, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is co-host and senior segment producer of the G4 (formerly G4TechTV) television program X-Play and "The Gaming Goddess" of FHM, where she contributes a monthly video game column.
Morgan's Canon Coined by 19th-century British psychologist C. Lloyd Morgan, Morgan's Canon (more usually called Lloyd Morgan's Canon, or occasionally Morgan's Canon of Interpretation) remains a fundamental precept of comparative (animal) psychology.
Morgan's Raid Morgan's Raid was a highly publicized incursion by Confederate cavalry into the Northern states of Indiana and Ohio during the American Civil War. The raid took place from June 11–July 26, 1863, and is named for the commander of the Confederates, Brig.
Morgan-Wells House The Morgan-Wells House, also known as the Norwood-Morgan-Wells House, was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 16, 1977.NRIS Database, National Register of Historic Places, retrieved Jan.
Morgan, South Australia Morgan is a town in South Australia on the right bank of the Murray River, just downstream of where it turns from flowing roughly westwards to roughly southwards. It is about 165 km northeast of Adelaide, and about 315 km upstream of the Murray Mouth at geographic coordinates with a current population of about 3000 people.
Morgana Lefay Morgana Lefay (first known as "Damage") is a heavy/thrash metal band from the town Bollnäs in Sweden. Sounding like a mixture of bands such as Savatage, Pantera and Iron Maiden with the crunch of early Metallica albums.
Morgana Macawber Morgana McCawber is a fictional character in the animated television series Darkwing Duck, and a former evil sorceress turned do-gooder (of sorts) who becomes Darkwing's love interest and a member of the Justice Ducks. Like any good or bad witch, she has familiars, including a spider named Archie, and two bats named Eek and Squeak.
Morganatic branches of the Russian Imperial Family There is currently only one male-line descendant of any Emperor of Russia remaining who regards herself entitled to the title Grand Duke/Duchess of Russia, and that is Maria Vladimirovna, daughter of the late Grand Duke Vladimir of Russia, the only son of Grand Duke Cyril Vladimirovich of Russia, the "emperor in exile". However, there are a number of morganatic branches of the family remaining that are also male-line descendants of Russian Emperors.
Morganatic marriage A morganatic marriage is a type of marriage which can be contracted in certain countries, usually between persons of unequal social rank (unebenbĂĽrtig in German), which prevents the passage of the husband's titles and privileges to the wife and any children born of the marriage. Other terms used are morganic and left-handed marriage [http://www.
Morganna Morganna Roberts is an entertainer who became known as Morganna or Morganna, the Kissing Bandit in baseball and other sports from the early 1970s through the mid 1980s or so. She was also billed as "Morganna the Wild One" when appearing at clubs in the 1970s.
Morgans Hotel Originally created by Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager after Studio 54 n 1984, Morgans Hotel Group developed its first property, Morgans on Madison Avenue in New York City. The hotel revolutionized the hospitality industry with the introduction of the boutique hotel concept.
Morgans Hotel, Swansea The Morgans Hotel is the only five star rated hotel in Swansea by the Welsh Tourist Board, By international standards, Morgans Hotel is rated four star. The hotel occupies an ornate Grade II listed building that was formerly used by Associated British Ports.
Morgans ministry The Morgans ministry was the fourth ministry of the Government of Western Australia. It succeeded the first Leake ministry on 21 November 1901, and run until 23 December, when it was succeeded by the second Leake ministry.
Morganton, North Carolina Morganton is a city in Burke County, North Carolina, United States. “Reader's Digest” included Morganton in its list of top ten places to raise a family, and the town was recently profiled in "The 50 Best Small Southern Towns.
Morgantown, West Virginia Morgantown is a city in Monongalia County, West Virginia, on the banks of the Monongahela River. Part of the Pittsburgh DMA, Morgantown is the largest city in North-Central West Virginia and is the principal city of and is included in the Morgantown, West Virginia Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Morgause In Arthurian legend, Morgause or Morgase (also known as Anna or Anna-Morgause) is the half-sister of King Arthur who slept with him and produced Mordred, the incestuous heir who would bring Camelot's downfall. She is the daughter of Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall and Lady Igraine.
Morgellons "Morgellons" or "Morgellons disease" is a controversial name that has been given to a speculated and equally controversial medical condition. Currently, there is no known etiology or treatment, and the diagnostic criteria has not yet been formally established.
Morgen A morgen was a unit of measurement of land in the Netherlands and the Dutch colonies, including South Africa, equivalent to about 2 acres. It was also used in Prussia, Norway and Denmark, where it was equal to about two-thirds of an acre.
Morgenhyrderne Morgenhyrderne is a morning show on Danish radio channel Radio 100FM. The show features Lasse Rimmer, Lars Hjortshøj and Signe Muusmann (the latter replacing Andrea Elisabeth Rudolph in May 2006), and is broadcast every weekday morning.
Morgenthau Lectures The Morgenthau Lectures started in 1981 and is the longest running program at the Carnegie Council. It is named in honor of international relations theorist Hans Morgenthau, who was a longtime trustee of the Carnegie Council.
Morgenthau Plan The Morgenthau Plan ("Program to Prevent Germany from Starting a World War III") was a plan for the occupation of Germany after the Second World War that advocated harsh measures that would ensure that Germany could never wage war again. This was to be achieved in three steps.
Morgenzon Morgenzon (Dutch for morning light) is a small farming town situated on the banks of the Osspruit River (Ox Stream) with an important agricultural school in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. It was established around the Marnico Hotel which was built in 1912 on a wagon stopover between Standerton and Ermelo.
Morgion (band) Morgion was a doom metal band from Orange County, California, United States. The band was formed in 1990 by Dwayne Boardman (Guitars), Jeremy Peto (Vocals/Bass) and Rhett Davis (Drums) with Mike Davis (Guitars) as a death metal band in the vein of Autopsy, Entombed and Morbid Angel.
Morgul-Bismarck The Morgul-Bismarck Loop is a popular cycling route or stage south of Boulder, Colorado. It was featured in the bygone Red Zinger Bicycle Classic and Coors International Bicycle Classic, and is still commonly ridden today.
Morgus the Magnificent Morgus the Magnificent, aka Momus Alexander Morgus, is a fictional character on television shows that originated in the New Orleans, Louisiana television market. From the late 1950s into the 1980s Morgus was a "horror host" of late-night science fiction and horror movies, and is back on the air as of October, 2006.
Morham Morham, East Lothian, sometimes spelt Moram, Morum, Morhame, etc., in old records, is the smallest (agricultural) parish in Scotland, sandwiched between five other parishes: Haddington, Garvald, Yester, Whittingehame, and Prestonkirk, in the undulating lower reaches of the Lammermuir Hills.
Morholt In Arthurian legend, Morholt (also called Marhalt, Morold, Marhaus and other variations) is an Irish warrior who demands tribute from King Mark of Cornwall until he is slain by Tristan, Mark's nephew and defender. He appears in almost all versions of the Tristan and Iseult story, beginning with the verse works of Thomas of Britain and BĂ©roul.
Mori Mari Mori Mari (森茉莉, 1903-1987) was a Japanese author who, in 1962 with The Lover's Forest, began a movement of writing about gay male passion. Mori Mari was greatly influenced by her father, Mori Ogai, and in this book, the older man can be seen as imbued with the same virtues and honor as she saw in her father.
Mori Terumoto Mōri Terumoto (毛利 輝元 Mōri Terumoto, January 22, 1553 – April 27, 1625) was the son of Mori Takamoto, fought against Toyotomi Hideyoshi but was eventually overcome, participated in the Kyushu campaign (1587) on Hideyoshi's side and built Hiroshima Castle.
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