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Morphy

Paul. 1837--84, US chess player, widely considered to have been the world's greatest player
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Davey and Morphy co-conducted the ensemble for about a decade before passing the responsibility on to others.
Notwithstanding his acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, Morphy remained self-effacing: he was "the chivalrous lawyer-chess player from New Orleans," as Marano describes him, "who refused the title of world champion because he considered chess a pastime" (257).
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The essays by David Martin and by Frances Morphy in these two monographs include much detail on the lack of "cross-cultural fit" in the portrayal of domestic processes.
Editors Rankovic (medicinal chemistry, Schering-Plough Research Institute, UK), Morphy (medicinal chemistry, Schering-Plough Research Institute, Scotland), and 15 co-authors provide an overview of lead generation, a critical part of drug discovery programs.
Although it will not provide residential beds, Crisis chief executive Leslie Morphy said the hub would provide longterm solutions for people sleeping rough or in danger of being forced on to the streets.
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Morphy 1983, 2002, 2004a, 2004b, 2005, 2007, 2008, in press), including the collection and analysis of demographic information.
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Morphy (cross-cultural research, Australian National U.