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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.
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-_ A judge has paused a defamation suit filed by Roy Moore against women who accused him during his unsuccessful U.S.
Attending from the Pana area were: Connie McComas, Carol Moore, Linda Reed, Dustin Moore and daughter Kinley, Terrie Johnson, Nick and Jaime Chrispen and children Brayden, Noel, Blake, and Kaitlyn, and Jerry and Virginia Miller.
But for fans of Mary Tyler Moore, the characters she played are paramount.
Moore is also accused of looting a non-profit group he created to promote "moral law," asserting that he wasn't taking a salary from the organization when, in fact, he was a big one at that.
In 1984 TCL devoted its Summer and Fall numbers to a special "Marianne Moore Issue." Andrew Kappel, then deputy editor of the journal, guest-edited it.
"I believe the accusations against Roy Moore are disturbing and, if true, disqualifying," Cornyn said Monday, according to Politico.
"Meanwhile on Facebook, Moore's wife Kayla, president of his Christian non-profit, has been going from group to group posting the clearly fake allegation [the Washington Post] offered women 1000$ to come forward," Kaczynski tweeted Monday.
A few days later, we were shocked when Moore, then a local judge in Etowah County, issued a strange order attempting to bar enforcement of U.S.
Amongst the most precocious young talents ever to wear a Bluebirds' shirt, Moore shot to fame when, aged just 19, he netted the winner which saw Cardiff promoted to the top-flight of the English game in April 1960.
George Moore has been for many years a pervasive presence in books of criticism on Irish literature, usually making his appearance in relation to other writers and artistic movements.
Moore, 71, had been on Beacon Hill too long, as evidenced by Mr.
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