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Morrison

1. Herbert Stanley, Baron Morrison of Lambeth. 1888--1965, British Labour statesman, Home Secretary and Minister for Home Security in Churchill's War Cabinet (1942--45)
2. Jim, full name James Douglas Morrison. 1943--71, US rock singer and songwriter, lead vocalist with the Doors
3. Toni, full name Chloe Anthony Morrison. born 1931, US novelist, whose works include Sula (1974), Song of Solomon (1977), Beloved (1987), Jazz (1992), and Paradise (1998): awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1993
4. Van, full name George Ivan Morrison. born 1945, Northern Irish rock singer and songwriter. His albums include Astral Weeks (1968), Moondance (1970), Avalon Sunset (1989), and Days Like These (1995)
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The move comes after Gwynedd council introduced charges in all of the town's car parks in April, including at the Shell site across from Morrisons.
Morrisons yesterday revealed the M Local arm plunged PS36m into the red last year and faced another PS23m loss in the current financial year.
The M local store at King Street, which has about 20 staff, is expected to be among 140 M local outlets which Bradford-based Morrisons has agreed to sell for PS25m cash.
But the encouraging sales performance comes as Morrisons looks set for a humiliating relegation from London's top share index in a testing week for new boss David Potts.
Morrisons hopes to fun-draise PS8m nationwide for the charity over the next three years.
Once consolidated at the centre, an advanced software system developed by Bibby Distribution for Morrisons creates fill multi-sku, multi-vendor loads, which can be taken to regional distribution centres across the country.
Morrisons were one of the big losers over Christmas after posting a hefty 5.
The launch of Morrisons Cellar in November 2012 marked the supermarket s first online deployment and it has since grown to become a market leading platform for consumer wine purchases.
Used since the early 1980s to plan distribution for Presto and Liptons supermarkets (later rebranded as Safeway), Paragon's software was retained by Morrisons after its acquisition of Safeway in 2004 and remains integral to its distribution planning operation.
The 25-year deal, which involves Morrisons paying up to PS170million to Ocado to acquire the site and equipment, is controversial because Ocado is already linked with Waitrose, exclusively delivering the supermarket's products.
The 25-year deal, which involves Morrisons paying up to PS170m to Ocado to acquire the site and equipment, is controversial because Ocado is already linked with Waitrose, exclusively delivering the supermarket's products.
A takeover of Costcutter would give Morrisons a major stake in the expanding convenience store market.