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  • The Style Council fell into that category of 80s music, all of a piece with the hostile takeover of the NME by the Morleys and the Penmans, the people who tried to tell us that Kid Creole and the Coconuts were the musical cutting edge.

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  • I'd have to watch my copy of 'Lateline' again, but it would be neat to imagine her character in that Gale Ingersoll as being the Morleys' daughter.

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  • In their defence, the governors claimed that Hannah Hyson had died of a disease of the brain possibly syphilis and that Ann Morleys injuries were because of the long journey from London to Northampton.

    Bedlam

  • When asked to explain Ann Morleys appalling treatment, the governors argued that her case was not unusual, and that difficult female patients routinely slept naked in straw and were hosed down with cold water, and that these conditions were common throughout England and France.

    Bedlam

  • In their defence, the governors claimed that Hannah Hyson had died of a disease of the brain possibly syphilis and that Ann Morleys injuries were because of the long journey from London to Northampton.

    Bedlam

  • In their defence, the governors claimed that Hannah Hyson had died of a disease of the brain possibly syphilis and that Ann Morleys injuries were because of the long journey from London to Northampton.

    Bedlam

  • When asked to explain Ann Morleys appalling treatment, the governors argued that her case was not unusual, and that difficult female patients routinely slept naked in straw and were hosed down with cold water, and that these conditions were common throughout England and France.

    Bedlam

  • When asked to explain Ann Morleys appalling treatment, the governors argued that her case was not unusual, and that difficult female patients routinely slept naked in straw and were hosed down with cold water, and that these conditions were common throughout England and France.

    Bedlam

  • "Mr. Simon Morley?" he said, as though there might be several of us Morleys here at the agency and he wanted to be certain.

    Time and Again

  • Take good care of the Morleys, Sally, and let's hope the stranger will leave before we return.

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