Try former ambassadors Thomas Pickering, Morton Abramowitz, Frank Wisner, Reginald Bartholomew, and Winston Lord.
Less innocuously, Morton claims she started doing some pretty heavy drugs, including coke and heroin.
Morton says she came out of her downward spiral when she learned to play the drums.
Morton depicts Angelina's relationship with her brother, James, at the time an aspiring director, as close but on-again-off-again.
The government side also succeeded in concealing this evidence from Morton's defense team, for which they are now in big trouble.
Her reflections were brought to an abrupt end by what President Morton was saying.
That's the shorter way—promptitude is my rule in life, Mr. Morton.
Longstreth had turned over the whole of his property to Morton, who was to divide it as he and his comrades believed just.
If you had my corns, Mr. Morton, you would not talk in that way!
The “children” of the Morton family meant those younger than Roger and Helen.
surname, from the many Mortons on the map of England, literally "moor or marsh settlement." Morton's Fork (1759) is in reference to John Morton (c.1420-1500), archbishop of Canterbury, who levied forced loans under Henry VII by arguing the obviously rich could afford to pay and the obviously poor clearly were living frugally and thus had savings and could pay, too.
Morton Mor·ton (môr'tn), William Thomas Green. 1819-1868.
American dentist and pioneer anesthetist who in 1846 gave the first public demonstration of ether as an anesthetic in a surgical procedure.