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James Morrison added to Summertime Ball - Digital Spy
By Alex Fletcher, Senior Entertainment Reporter James Morrison has been confirmed as the latest addition to the Capital FM Summertime Ball lineup. The Brit Award-winning solo singer will play hits from his debut album Undiscovered and second LP Songs...
Vikings' James Morrison qualifies for regional golf tournament - Tahoe Daily Tribune
By Steve Yingling, Tribune sports editor When the best golfers in Northern Nevada tee it up for the regional tournament next week, South Tahoe High senior James Morrison will be among them. Several years ago — or even earlier this season — that...
Second Cup: James Morrison - CBS News
Saturday Edition of chart-topping British rock-pop artist James Morrison, as he sings one of his biggest hit songs on ?The Second Cup Café.? | Share/Embed Check out performances by artists who take to our stage each Saturday morning....
Herbert Morrison face Blazers in jpsco netball - Jamaica Observer
MONTEGO BAY, St James - Weather permitting, the first final of the St James Netball Association's season will be decided this afternoon when Herbert Morrison Technical and Blazers B meet in the rescheduled mid-season final of the jpsco Intermediate...
Three parishes get heavy lashing from rains - Jamaica Observer
THE National Works Agency (NWA) was kept busy yesterday clearing several blocked roads in the parishes of St James, St Elizabeth and Manchester as heavy rains, which began Saturday night, continued to pelt those parishes. Colin Morrison, senior...
James Morrison adds arena date - expressandstar.com
Superstar singer James Morrison is to call in at Birmingham's LG Arena this November on a tour of the biggest UK venues he has ever played. Tickets for James Morrison at the LG Arena on Saturday, November 28, go on sale this Friday, May 15,...
Morrison named assistant Elburn village administrator - Kane County Chronicle
Morrison had served as Elburn's village administrator since 1999 under former Village President James Willey. But after Anderson was sworn in as the village's new mayor on May 4, among his first actions as mayor was to demote Morrison from...
Teacher accused of inappropriate touching - Ocala
James Pogue said. John E. Morrison, 62, of 5823 SW 56th Place, was charged with one count of lewd and lascivious molestation and two counts of battery following investigation into allegations made by two female students, ages 7 and 8....
December O2 concert corfirmed by James Morrison - Irish Independent
Singer James Morrison has confirmed that he will perform with special guests at the O2, Dublin on Sunday, December 6. Tickets for the event go on sale from Ticketmaster outlets Friday 15th May at 9am and will cost €40 each. This gig has been added to...
Top Gear Australia Season Two, Episode Two: Once More, With Feeling - Motor Report
The dialogue is still stilted, particularly during the studio segments; James Morrison seems a little uncomfortable in front of the camera and the challenges need to be devised by someone with a better eye for drama. Those concerns were still at the...

James Morrison Harris

James Morrison Harris (November 20, 1817 – July 16, 1898) was a Representative from the third district of Maryland.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Harris was educated at private institutions in city. He would enter Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania in 1833 where he studied law. Harris was admitted to the bar in 1843 and commenced practice in Baltimore.

Harris was elected as a candidate of the American Party to the Thirty-fourth, Thirty-fifth, and Thirty-sixth Congresses (March 4, 1855 - March 3, 1861). He declined to be a candidate for renomination in 1860 and resumed the practice of law. Harris also engaged in educational and religious work as well.

A trustee of Lafayette College from 1865 to 1872, he died in Baltimore in 1898 and is interred at the Westminster Presbyterian Burying Ground in Baltimore.

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Undiscovered (James Morrison album)

Undiscovered cover

Undiscovered is the debut album by English singer-songwriter James Morrison, released in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2006. In its first week he sold 84,611 albums in the UK. It's been certificated Gold in Australia and New Zealand and platinum in the UK. The first single of this album was "You Give Me Something" and the second single is "Wonderful World". The third single released was "The Pieces Don't Fit Anymore" on December 13, 2006. It sold 847,135 copies in the UK in 2006, bringing its total sales count to over 1,000,000 as of March 12, 2007.

When James Morrison was in New Zealand, and appeared on the New Zealand Idol show, the two finalists asked Morrison about the meaning behind the song "You Give Me Something", and Morrison said that it was intended to be a 'harsh love song', and the lyrics mean that the protagonist of the song does not love the person as much as she loves him, but is willing to give the relationship a try.

The song "Better Man" was played in an episode of the American TV-show What About Brian, and also in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. The song "You Give Me Something" appeared in an episode of Ugly Betty, and a promo for FX. The song "This Boy" appeared in an episode of the CW show One Tree Hill. James is currently promoting the album in the States where it was released in March 2007.

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Wonderful World (James Morrison song)

“Wonderful World” cover

A version also appears on the 2007 compilation album, The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show (EMI).

The music video shows James Morrison sitting by a swimming pool with his guitar with lots of beautiful women sunbathing by a mansion. The video then goes on to reveal that the seemingly ideal life going on is just an illusion - the women in fact are in a mental ward.

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Richard James Morrison

Richard James Morrison (15 June 1795 – 5 April 1874) was an English astrologer, commonly known by his pseudonym Zadkiel.

Morrison served in the Royal Navy, but resigned with the rank of lieutenant in 1829. He then devoted himself to the study of astrology, and in 1831 issued The Herald of Astrology, subsequently known as Zadkiel's Almanac. In this annual pamphlet Morrison, over the signature Zadkiel Tao-Sze, published predictions of the chief events of the coming year.

In 1863 Morrison brought a libel action against Admiral Sir Edward Beicher, who had accused him of obtaining money by charlatanism in the form of crystal-gazing. He was awarded twenty shillings damages, but was deprived of his costs. Morrison died on 5 April 1874.

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Angus James Morrison

Angus James Morrison (born: - died: ) was a politician from Alberta, Canada.

Morrison was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta in the 1940 Alberta general election defeating controversial Incumbent Joseph Unwin in a hotly contested race, after he was convicted and later cleared in the Bankers Toadies trial.

Morrison served one term in office and did not run again in 1944.

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