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  • {{Image|Morley_cropped.jpg|right|250px|Professor Henry Morley}} ...r three hundred volumes of literary texts, which were issued in series as "Morley's Universal Library" and "Cassell's National Library," giving the English m
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  • {{Image|Morley_cropped.jpg|right|250px|Professor Henry Morley}} ...r three hundred volumes of literary texts, which were issued in series as "Morley's Universal Library" and "Cassell's National Library," giving the English m
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  • ...-h/10430-h.htm Henry Morley, introduction to ''A Trip to the Moon''</ref> Morley neglects to mention, however, that Francklin's translation was heavily [[Th
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  • ...ccess; there was a sense that it was time for the Palace to go; as [[Henry Morley]] wrote in Dickens's magazine [[Household Words]]: ...luous upon the stage."<ref>[http://www.ric.edu/rpotter/notclear.html Henry Morley, "What is Not Clear about the Crystal Palace], ''Household Words'', July 12
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  • ...ccess; there was a sense that it was time for the Palace to go; as [[Henry Morley]] wrote in Dickens's magazine [[Household Words]]: ...luous upon the stage."<ref>[http://www.ric.edu/rpotter/notclear.html Henry Morley, "What is Not Clear about the Crystal Palace], ''Household Words'', July 12
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  • {{r|Henry Morley}}
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  • ...of English literature, among them [[Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch]] and [[Henry Morley]], devoted much of their attention to establishing a canon of suitable text ...d playwrights include [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]], [[Molière]], [[Henrik Ibsen|Ibsen]], [[Anton Chekhov|Chekhov]], and [[Samuel Beckett|Beckett]].
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  • ...of English literature, among them [[Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch]] and [[Henry Morley]], devoted much of their attention to establishing a canon of suitable text ...d playwrights include [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]], [[Molière]], [[Henrik Ibsen|Ibsen]], [[Anton Chekhov|Chekhov]], and [[Samuel Beckett|Beckett]].
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  • ...mposers who have set the Anglican burial service to music include [[Thomas Morley]], [[Orlando Gibbons]], and [[Henry Purcell]]. The text of these seven sen
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  • ...ginger ale]] is sometimes used instead of lemonade. The author Christopher Morley offered the following definition: ...readfile?fk_files=101562 |title=Shandygaff |accessdate=2008-04-04 |author=Morley, Christopher |authorlink= |coauthors= |date= |year=1918 |month= |format= |w
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  • Asquith was born at Morley, in Yorkshire, Sept. 12, 1852. Educated at the City of London School and at
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  • * '''Dawe''' - [[Morley Thomas Dawe]] * '''Debras''' - [[Edouard Henri Alfred Debras]]
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  • ...arty after the split over home rule in 1886. His closest friend was [[John Morley]], writer, historian, and leader of the British Liberal party. Carnegie ha
    28 KB (4,410 words) - 04:56, 16 April 2014
  • ...arty after the split over home rule in 1886. His closest friend was [[John Morley]], writer, historian, and leader of the British Liberal party. Carnegie ha
    29 KB (4,497 words) - 17:26, 24 August 2013
  • ...tuelle'', a committee of the [[League of Nations]]. In 1925 he succeeded [[Henri Bergson]] as chairman of this committee. ...Academy (1892) as an attempt to explain the null result of the [[Michelson-Morley experiment]]. [[George Francis FitzGerald|FitzGerald]] never published his
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  • ...t Einstein]] and [[Hendrik Lorentz]] with significant contributions from [[Henri Poincaré]]. The theory describes the behavior of objects traveling at very ...iled to detect a significant signal, to everyone's surprise. The Michelson-Morley experiment aimed to determine the velocity of light relative to the backgro
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  • ...t is, until Vesalius, the "born dissector",<ref name=morley1915/><ref name=morley group=Note/> came along and did just that, and so "''taught the world to se <ref name=morley1915>
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  • * Morley, Judy Mattivi. ''Historic Preservation and the Imagined West: Albuquerque,
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  • incl. Morley Steynor ''et al.''
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  • | [[Brian Murphy (actor)|Brian Murphy]], [[Donald Morley]], [[David Webb (actor)|David Webb]]
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