Morin Karen M : Historical geographies of prisons : unlocking the usable carceral past
Morin Lucas : Dilucidatio articulorum controversorum fidei inter Christianos reformatos, Lutheranos Calvinianos & Arminianos, : quâ luculenter patet hos omnes in essentiâ doctrinæ controversæ convenire, & unam eandemq; veritatem modo duntaxat diverso fidei analogiæ nullatenus repugnante concipere. Cum brevi ad pacem & reconciliationem ecclesiarum Protestantium exhortatione. / Per Lucam Morin in almâ Monspeliensium Medicorum Universitate Doctorem Medicum.
Morin Thomas Active 1697 : A proposal for the incouragement of seamen : For the general good of the kingdom. For preventing and discovering thieveries at home, and robberies abroad; humbly repsented to the Honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses in parliament assembled, for the raising a charitable sum of sixty thousand pounds in the year 1697. For their advantage of whom it is raised. And the raising and settling of twenty thousand pounds per annum towards the erecting and endorsing of the intended hospital at Greenwich; ... By Thomas Morin, and Nicholas Jennings. 1697.
Morina Christina 1976 : Probing the limits of categorization : the bystander in Holocaust history / edited by Christina Morina and Krijn Thijs.
Morinaga Yasuhiro : Koi no tsumi [videorecording] / written and directed by Sion Sono.
Morison J L : The Canadian people in the British Commonwealth.
Morison James Approximately 1596 1675 : The everlasting Gospel of the everlasting Covenant discussed : Whereby every sanctified searcher of the scripture may attain, not only to satisfaction, touching the certainty of his salvation in this life; by the close of the relation between grace (which is Gods part of the everlasting Covenant) and faith (which is our part thereof:) but also touching many great debates, such as these touching the degrees of the entry of the light, faith and works, &c. which hitherto have rent the Christian churches (established by the apostles of Christ Jesus) with schisms and heresies &c. whereby the woman, clothed with the sun, is detained, more or lesse, in the wildernesse, to this day, by all. By M. James Morison, after his understanding return'd to him.