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Moore

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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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Deputy head of sixth form at St Thomas Moore school, Maureen Storey said: "I am absolutely astonished and so proud of Kate and Jack Cowie who both competed extremely well.
At the semi-final stage, the ultimate winners overcame Alderman Smith 14-4, maintaining their high standard of play from their group tussles where they outclassed Polesworth 17-1, Ash Green 21-0 and Etone 20-0 as well as getting the better of St Thomas Moore.
ORLANDO, Fla.-At the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization's annual meeting here, Thomas Moore, acting chairman of the U.S.
Q I WONDER if a book I have might be of value - Poetry and Pictures by Thomas Moore, published in 1858.
1 resignation date, Commissioner Thomas Moore, current Vice Chairman, would become acting chairman.
Chief Judge of the District Court, Thomas Moore, imposed the jail sentence on the 80-year-old former member of Governor Roy Schneider's cabinet for submitting over-priced hurricane repair invoices.
Kinney, "Text, Context, and Authorship of The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore"; Mary Villeponteaux, "Poetry's Birth: The Maternal Subtext of Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus"; Anne Shaver, "Agency and Marriage in the Fictions of Lady Mary Wroth and Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle"; Suzanne Gossett, "Resistant Mothers and Hidden Children"; Paula Harms Payne, "Finding a Poetic Voice of Her Own: Lady Mary Wroth's Urania and Pamphilia to Amphilanthus"; Polly S.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat are professionals in the realm of spirituality, and are involved in a network of communications activities bearing the name "Values & Visions." Their book, which carries a brief forward by spirituality guru Thomas Moore, is a latter-day "commonplace book" - a lengthy anthology of brief excerpts culled from a vast array of literary and religious sources and held together with italicized personal commentary and anecdote.
The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life by Thomas Moore (Harper-Collins, 1996, $35).
During rambles in southern Ireland from 1812 to 1816, he collected legends, folk songs, and keens (dirges for the dead), some of which he sent to the poet Thomas Moore, who acknowledged a debt to Croker in his Irish Melodies.
"The 'best method' rule was very rigid," said Thomas Moore, tax partner of Price Waterhouse, Stanford, Conn.
IAN Thomas Moore is keen to return to the world of professional football - as a scout.