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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.
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
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Outside, Miss Morrice said she would make a formal complaint to the police.
Roger Morrice was an otherwise obscure Puritan cleric whose sole claim to fame was his "Entring Book," an exhaustive record of the rise of British party politics in the late 17th century.
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Matthew, Morrice Elementary, Morrice, MI -- "I hope that some day women will have the same rights as men.
Brunswick beat officer PC Mike Morrice said: "These acts of mindless violence cause disruption to a large number of people.
It takes too long to get new, life-changing medications approved in Canada and then there are even more hurdles at the provincial level to getting these drugs to the people who need them most, many of whom are disabled because of the pain and inflammation caused by this horrible disease", Morrice said.
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Jane Morrice, deputy speaker in the Northern Ireland Assembly, fled Ulster at the height of the Troubles in 1977 for the bright lights of Manhattan.
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