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How to use moran in a sentence. Moran pronunciation.

He tried when he was in Kilronan to obtain the Archbishop's consent and collaboration; Moran was trying now: he did not know that he was succeeding any better; and Father Oliver reflected a while on the peculiar temperament of their diocesan, and jumping down from the rock on which he had been sitting, he wandered along the sunny shore, thinking of the many letters he had addressed to the Board of Works on the subject of the bridge.
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V The southern road was the shorter, but he wanted to see Moran and to hear when he proposed to begin to roof the abbey.
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Moreover, the horse would rest in Jimmy Maguire's stable whilst he and Moran rambled about the ruin.
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For seven years Father Oliver had walked up and down that road, for there was nowhere else for him to walk; he walked that road till he hated it, but he did not think that he had suffered from the loneliness of the parish as much as Moran.
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But Moran is a plain man, without ideas, enthusiasms, or exaltations.
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There was no hard-and-fast rule about anything, and Father Oliver felt that Moran must have his chance.
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Father Oliver had taught Bridget Clery cleanliness; at least, he had persuaded her to keep the f owls out of the kitchen, and he had put a paling in front of the house and made a little garden-an unassuming one, it is true, but a pleasant spot of colour in the summer-time-and he wondered how it was that Father Moran was not ashamed of its neglected state, nor of the widow's kitchen.
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What was important was that he should find no faintest trace of whisky in Moran's room.
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It was a great relief to him not to notice any, and no doubt that was why Moran insisted on bringing him into the house.
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And the priests stopped at the grave of Seaghan na Soggarth, or 'John of the Priests,' and Father Oliver told Father Moran how a young priest, who had lost his way in the mountains, had fallen in with Seaghan na Soggarth.
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And Father Oliver went on to tell it, though he did not feel that Father Moran would be interested in the legend; he would not believe that it had been prophesied that an ash-tree should grow out of the buried head, and that one of the branches should take root and pierce Seaghan's heart.
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Father Moran at once objected that the ash-tree had not yet sent down a branch to pierce the priest-killer's heart.
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Father Moran held his peace for a little while, and then he began talking about the penal times, telling how religion in Ireland was another form of love of country, and that, if Catholics were intolerant to every form of heresy, it was because they instinctively felt that the questioning of any dogma would mean some slight subsidence from the idea of nationality that held the people together.
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The evening darkened rapidly, and he walked in a vague diffused light, inexpressibly sad to find Moran waiting for him at the end of an old cart-track, where the hawthorns grew out of a tumbled wall.
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He would keep Moran for supper.
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And Catherine came into the room to ask if Father Moran was stopping to supper.
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Without answering, Father Oliver caught up his hat and followed Father Moran out of the house.
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After a couple of miles, however, Moran turned into a by-road leading through the mountains, and they walked on without saying a word.
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Father Moran didn't give Father Gogarty an answer, but started off again, and this time he was walking very fast; and when they got as far as Regan's public-house Father Oliver took his friend by the arm, reminding him again of his promise.
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The road bent round a shoulder of the hill, and when Father Oliver saw the long road before him his heart began to fail him, and a cry of despair rose to his lips; but at that moment Moran stopped.
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Examples of Moran

Example #1
The Board believed, or pretended to believe, that the parish could not afford the bridge; as well might it be urged that a cripple could not afford crutches.
Example #2
The roofing of the abbey and the bridging of the strait were the two things that the parish was really interested in.
Example #3
The southern road was the shorter, but he wanted to see Moran and to hear when he proposed to begin to roof the abbey.
Example #4
Father Oliver thought, moreover, that he would like to see the abbey for a last time in its green mantle of centuries.
Example #5
An hour's rest would compensate the horse for the two extra miles.
Example #6
The distance was much the same-a couple of miles shorter by the southern road, no doubt, but what are a couple of miles to an old roadster?