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Synonyms for morris dance

any of various English folk dances performed by dancers in costume

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Morrice sets sail for the "American Mediterranean" and, in Cuba, discovers Havana's cafes, Santiago's colonial architecture, and the exotic and luxuriant nature of the largest island in the Caribbean.
Dr Morrice said a CT scan was carried out on Madison's brain.
As each tome was dumped, Declan noticed they were each stamped with a gold letter of the alphabet on their spines, and he opened Volume M - and saw the surname of his workmate - Morrice - at the top of a paragraph.
The plan is to add three more member municipalities in 2015, and ultimately, as that groundswell transcends into deeper commitments and gains a critical mass, Morrice hopes this green grapevine will influence more political and economic leaders to stop stalling and make their own networks commit.
Ms Morrice said: "It has been an incredibly rewarding experience.
Ellie Morrice, aged 19, from Solihull, whose first car is the classic Princess Vanden Plas 1300
Volume I: Mark Goldie, Roger Morrice and the Puritan Whigs, pp.
The post is the second role Morrice has picked up since his upmarket deli chain McLeish collapsed in January, having become a non-executive director and consultant for the David Sands chain in February.
The group's private banking arm, Barclays Wealth, also aims to double the amount of assets in the region in the next three years, and would consider acquisitions, Morrice said at the Reuters Japan Investment Summit.
A long Derek Milne throw caused havoc before Robert Morrice shot home low - and two minutes later Watt miskicked allowing Morrice to score again.
But Miss Morrice was arrested, brought before a Teesside top judge and had to explain herself in the witness box before being exonerated.
Norman Morrice, born in Mexico of British parents, was the only person to be director of two of Britain's leading companies.
Fear, exclusion, and revolution; Roger Morrice and Britain in the 1680s.
Following Lobek in the move will be team members STEVE FORREST, IAN MORRICE and LUKE WlGLEY.
Brunswick beat officer PC Mike Morrice said: "These acts of mindless violence cause disruption to a large number of people.