from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Morley, Christopher Darlington 1890-1957. American writer who was a founder and editor (1924-1941) of Saturday Review and wrote prolifically, most notably popular novels.
- Morley, Edward Williams 1838-1923. American chemist and physicist who with Albert Michelson disproved the existence of ether, the hypothetical medium of electromagnetic waves.
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- proper n. any of various towns in England
- proper n. A habitational surname
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- n. United States chemist and physicist who collaborated with Michelson in the Michelson-Morley experiment (1838-1923)
Emerson can't believe that the seemingly inept Morley is a German spy, but could he be mistaken?
The Germans are increasing their influence in Palestine and British intelligence insists that Morley is an agent of the Kaiser, sent to stir up trouble in this politically volatile land.
Searching for the vanished treasures of the Temple in Jerusalem, Morley is determined to unearth the legendary Ark of the Covenant.
Morley is a lights-out cover corner who takes great angles to the ball and shows good range.
Morley is one of nearly 2500 in Southeast Asia, and nearly 600 in Laos who did not return from the war.
"Morley" -- Giles started up on his elbow -- "what do you mean?"
Consider the case of Eoin Morley, a member of Fulton’s bomb squad.
His archaeological credentials provided a great cover, and some historians have called Morley "arguably the best secret agent the United States produced during World War I."
The Government of India Act of 1909 - also known as the Morley-Minto Reforms (John Morley was the secretary of state for India, and Gilbert Elliot, fourth earl of Minto, was viceroy) -- gave Indians limited roles in the central and provincial legislatures, known as legislative councils.
Dr. Morley is a brilliant student of constitutional history and is well qualified to give us a lucid analysis of the situation of Canada in world affairs today and what may in the future be Canada's position, in the British Empire, in the League of Nations, and in all this world.
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