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Moore

 [mor]
Ruth Ella (1903–1994). The first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in bacteriology. Her areas of research were blood groups and the family enterobacteriaceae.

Moore

(mōr),
Robert Foster, British ophthalmologist, 1878-1963. See: Moore lightning streaks.

Moore

(mōr),
Charles H., English surgeon, 1821-1870. See: Moore method.

Moore, Ruth Ella

[mor]
Etymology: 1903-1994
the first African-American woman to earn a PhD in bacteriology. Her areas of research were blood groups and the family Enterobacteriaceae.

Moore, Shirley M.

a nursing theorist who, with Cornelia M. Ruland, developed the Peaceful End of Life Theory, which asserts that nurses are integral to the creation of peaceful end-of-life care, which includes freedom from suffering, emotional support, closeness to and participation by significant others, and treatment with empathy and respect. The theory was developed from a standard of care created by expert nurses to manage the care of patients with terminal illness.
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Moore was chastised when he left UCLA, bolting after the 2003 regular season and leaving the Bruins short-handed for a bowl game.
superhero comic Marvelman (Miracleman in the United States), Moore changed the rules of the game, introducing pastiche, artful juxtapositions, intertextuality (in which real and invented portions from novels, histories, and other sources flesh out the story), an obsession with historical eras (in particular the Victorian and Edwardian periods), and a flair for the ominous and surreal.
You can say Moore isn't funny, you can say he's wrong, you can say, as Larner convincingly does, that Moore is a cheater, you can say, as Bernard Goldberg does, that Moore ranks first among the 110 people who are screwing up America, but it's hard to blame Moore for failing to offer a stable and effective pole of attraction in American politics, a goal that has recently eluded Al Gore, John Kerry, Howard Dean, Nancy Pelosi and many, many more.
Moore was booted from the court after his defiance and shortly after that announced his intention to challenge incumbent Gov.
The inventory of images also provides a reference point for measuring future changes in light pollution, Moore says.
Too many people feel that where you start out dictates where you should end up," says Moore, 55, who has three children, Jessalyne, Ade, and Sowande.
Bush and the key players in his Administration, Moore himself wisely sticks close to the periphery: A household name and wealthy celebrity, he's the (figurative) little guy no longer, which might have made him a distraction in a film with so much to say about the President and America's role and goals in Iraq.
The photographer Peter Moore was the visual historian of a thickly busy period in New York art that began in the early '60s, when he grew fascinated by the blossoming of what his archive calls "Fluxus, happenings, performance art, experimental music, and dance.
Beyond Shame: Reclaiming the Abandoned History of Radical Gay Sexuality * Patrick Moore * Beacon Press * $25
Directed and written by Michael Moore, Hopscotch Films, 2002.