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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, Thomas & Betts president and chief executive officer.
Commenting on the recent quarter, Sam Moore, Thomas Nelson's Chairman and President said: "Although our earnings per share results were in line with our own and Wall Street's expectations, the quarter was a difficult one.
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Sam Moore, Thomas Nelson's Chairman and President, stated "We believe that the stock, at its current valuation, represents an attractive investment opportunity for the Company.
Commenting on the quarter's results, Sam Moore, Thomas Nelson's chairman and president, said, "We've begun to see an upturn in the book publishing side of our business, which accounts for about two-thirds of consolidated revenues.
Fiscal 1997 was our second best year ever," said Sam Moore, Thomas Nelson's chairman and president.