from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of morn, morrow.
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The folk of that contree han a dyvers lawe: for summe of hem, worschipe the sonne, summe the mone, summe the fuyr, summe trees, summe serpentes, or the first thing that thei meeten at morwen: and summe worschipen symulacres, and summe Ydoles.
When will the day come when folks understand that we are not sacrificial lambs for your B/S lifestyles? hey morwen (& betty) its chas .. i need to get ahold of you about some questions pertaining to this oil spill and i dont have a good contact info .. please get back to me, i am intending on getting down there soon. need some local info.