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All for Paul

Three quadruplets champion autism research out of love for the fourth

The Morris quadruplets are now 20. From left: Paul, Jesse, Sabrina, and Tyler in their Weston, Conn., home.
The Morris quadruplets are now 20. From left: Paul, Jesse, Sabrina, and Tyler in their Weston, Conn., home. (Jennifer S. Altman for the Boston Globe) Jennifer S. Altman for the Boston Globe
By Bella English
Globe Staff / December 18, 2007

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It's a brisk autumn morning, and Jesse Morris has been at it since 5 the evening before: flipping burgers, dragging couches outdoors, setting up plasma TVs and online video games, checking the supply of free food and live music, shaking down passersby for donations. (Full article: 1670 words)

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