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MormonMor‧mon /ˈmɔːmən $ ˈmɔːr-/ noun [countable]  RRa member of a religious organization formed in 1830 in the US, officially called The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday SaintsMormon adjectiveMormonism noun [uncountable]
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MormonImmigration has a lot to do with this, but so do the social mores of a state that is still 60% Mormon.Williams is working on a collaborative anthology on the relationship between Mormons and the land.Not only that, but at least half the land had been irrigated by Mormons.Mind you, not many Mormons would turn up at a Barbican flat at 7.30 clutching two bottles of wine.The emergence of a more fully developed Asiatic society among the Mormons had to await their exodus to the Intermountain West.So the Mormons suddenly had a vision-blacks could now become priests.The Mormons soon joined in the action.Whether his parents were Mormons or Millerites or Myrmidons, who cared?
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