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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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The French administered the area indirectly through Mossi authorities until independence was achieved on August 5, 1960.
He has also excluded Cote d'Ivoire's million-strong resident foreigners, or Mossi, exacerbating domestic xenophobia and increasing political tensions.
And this one, with the long tribal scars from his sideburns to his chin, must have been a Mossi soldier.
It may be one of the poorest nations in Africa and have huge economic problems, but the people of Burkina Faso are proud of their illustrious history, particularly the Mossi kingdoms.
The older cop, Detective Sargeant Brennan, has been on a stake-out of a suspected gangland assassin, Short Joey Mossi, for several years without getting a good lead, and Dell'Appa gets the case.
Ce projet consiste a la rehabilitation de la mare Mossi en voie de degradation avancee qui n offre plus ses multiples services a la population notamment la satisfaction des populations surtout en matiere de d abreuvement des betails et les cultures maraEcheres.
Il libro di Paolo Cherchi (gia professore nell'Universita di Chicago) e Cosetta Seno Reed (docente nell'Universita del Colorado, dopo un dottorato a Berkeley) potrebbe essere inserito tra i titoli appena menzionati anche se, a detta degli autori, esso si propone come una <<storia che offr[e] uno sguardo d'insieme>> (6) sulla presenza italiana <<nell'America del Nord>>: non solo la lingua, dunque, ma anche il contesto socio-culturale nel quale gli emigrati italiani si sono mossi attraverso i secoli.
quasi tutti da alcuna cosa gia detta mossi sono stati a ragionare" (9.
The cliff settlements provided protection from the successive empires of the Ghana, the Sonrai, the Mossi, and the Fulani, as well as the Muslim Almoravid from the north, who would raid along the Niger River valley to capture slaves.
The introduction of Islam to Burkina Faso was initially resisted by the Mossi rulers.
This characteristic African feature is found in the Zairean handcrafted Kuba embroidery (Clarke 1997: 46-63), Nigeria's Hausa embroidery (Heathcote 1974: 15-40, 1976, 1972: 12-19, 82, 84), in the Upper Volta weaving format of the Mossi, Nigeria's adire eleko (Barbour & Simmond 1971), Nigeria's aso-oke (Clarke 1997: 74-111; Lamb and Holmes 1980) and Nigeria's akwete (Afigbo and Okeke 1985; Aronson 1980: 62-66; Davis 1974: 22-25), Ghana's kente (Clarke 1997: 64-75), Mali's woolen blanket khasa of the Peul (Imperato 1976: 56-59, 1973: 40-47) and check-motif cloth of the Mende (Sierra Leone).
The following examples can be cited: Proverbes et contes mossi (1982), Theatre moore-francais (1983), Poemes et thetre bilingue (1986) and Bendr N Gomde paroles et poesie du tam-tam (1988), an 11 volume bilingual Moore-French edition by F.