Morley


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United States chemist and physicist who collaborated with Michelson in the Michelson-Morley experiment (1838-1923)

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One of Morley's major concerns was that the United States was being transformed from a federal republic into a centralized empire under a false banner of democracy.
Morley were quick to take advantage of the YM disorganisation as winger Bradshaw touched the ball down giving them the first score.
Traditionally, climatologists think over centuries of time, so it's only fitting that Morley lived to his 100th year.
In his annual State of the City address, Morley rattled off a list of residential projects under construction or in the planning phase.
Bar workers called the police when they spotted the knife at about 7pm on December 1 and Morley was arrested at the scene.
You could walk through the shop part and there was an eating area at the back at that time, running along Morley Street.
Morley and Anthony Johnson were appointed joint-managers of the Blues last week, both signing two-year deals at the Swansway Chester Stadium following their shock departure from Salford City a fortnight ago.
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IT is well known Sparrow Morley enjoys lining up in races.
Though his work in developing the first PLC is what Morley was most known for, he remained active on the engineering, manufacturing and automation fronts through his work with the ISA and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, among others.
That's how Everett Morley described his son, Kevin, the motorcycle minister who was killed in a car crash near Veneta on Christmas night.
Morley's company, Gould Modicon, was bought by Schneider Electric.
James Morley, 42, stabbed Elaine Duncan and battered her with a pan at their home in Newmilns, Ayrshire, after a row during a four-day drinking binge.
Thomas Morley (1557 or 1558-1602) is probably best known today as the writer of the Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke, first printed in London by Peter Short in 1597, reissued in 1608 and 1771, and republished in modern times in the 1966 edition by Alec Harman; as the composer of canzonets and light madrigals; or as publisher in 1601 of the anthology The Triumphes [sic] of Oriana, which modern research tells us may, or may not, have been intended as a tribute to Queen Elizabeth I.