Morrison

Morrison may refer to:

  • Morrison (surname), people with the surname Morrison
  • USS Morrison (DD-560), a Fletcher-class destroyer sunk in the Pacific in 1945
  • Morrison, a 19th-century American merchant ship of the Morrison Incident
  • Verticordia nitens, a flowering plant commonly known as Morrison
  • Morrison Mann MacBride, (1877–1938) Canadian merchant

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John L. Morrison - Early Years
... Morrison was born in Tabor, Iowa, the first of five children by Joshua L ... Morrison and Martha Abigail Gardner ... The Morrisons were a puritanical Christian family ...
Riot At Xavier's
... It was written by Grant Morrison and features artist Frank Quitely's last work on the title ... The story centers around an original character of Morrison's, the teenage mutant Quentin Quire ... According to Morrison, the storyline was inspired by a playground riot he witnessed in his youth ...
Neil Morrison
... Neil Joseph Morrison (1938 – 19 September 2007) was a New Zealand politician of the Social Credit Party ... In 1986 Beetham lost the leadership of the party to Morrison ... considering resigning because the new leadership was rejecting basic Social Credit philosophy, Morrison publicly retracted his comment and affirmed that the national dividend ...
Morrison - Places
... United States Morrison, California Morrison, Colorado Morrison, Illinois Morrison, Iowa Morrison, Missouri Morrison, Oklahoma Morrison, Tennessee Morrison ...
John L. Morrison - Aftermath
... Morrison’s funeral at Bell Brothers Mortuary in West Duluth was well-attended ... McCormick eulogized Morrison as a good man ... Morrison’s wife, Nora, was 49 when he died ...

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    Of course I’m a black writer.... I’m not just a black writer, but categories like black writer, woman writer and Latin American writer aren’t marginal anymore. We have to acknowledge that the thing we call “literature” is more pluralistic now, just as society ought to be. The melting pot never worked. We ought to be able to accept on equal terms everybody from the Hassidim to Walter Lippmann, from the Rastafarians to Ralph Bunche.
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    Everywhere, everywhere, children are the scorned people of the earth.
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