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Earl Of Charleville - Barons Moore (1715)
... John Moore, 1st Baron Moore (d. 1725) Charles Moore, 2nd Baron Moore (1712–1764) (created Earl of Charleville in 1758) ...
Tim Moore (North Carolina Politician) - Legislative Service
... Representative Moore is currently the Senior Chairman of the House Rules Committee, Chairman of Judiciary Subcommittee C, which deals primarily with family law issues, Vice-Chairman ... In January 2012, Moore was also named by Speaker Thom Tillis as the Chairman of the House Select Committee on Racial Discrimination in Capital Cases, which is charged with reviewing capital punishment in ... In his first term, Moore served as Co-Chair of the Child Abuse and Neglect, Foster Care, and Adoption Committee, and as Vice-Chair of Judiciary II ...
Moore - Education
... Moore Catholic High School, high school in Staten Island, New York, United States Moore College of Art and Design, located in Philadelphia - the first and only women's art ...
Tony P. Moore
... Moore is a Democratic politician who served one term in the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state's fifth Senate district, including constituents in Pitt and Wilson ... contained less of Pitt County joined with Greene and part of Wayne County putting Moore in the same district as incumbent democratic State Senator John H ... Moore switched parties to Republican and opposed Kerr in the General Election, but lost the seat ...
1977 US Open – Men's Singles - Draw - Section 4
3 Feaver 6 ... Amritraj 6 ... Amritraj 3 ... Feaver 6 ... Feaver 6 ... Pasarell 1 ... Feaver 2 ... Moore 6 ... Moore 6 ... Gullikson 3 ... Moore 6 ... Proisy 6 ... Proisy 1 2 ...

More definitions of "Moore":

  • (noun): Irish poet who wrote nostalgic and patriotic verse (1779-1852).
    Synonyms: Thomas Moore
  • (noun): United States composer of works noted for their use of the American vernacular (1893-1969).
    Synonyms: Douglas Moore

Famous quotes containing the word moore:

    The world’s made up of individuals who don’t want to be heroes.
    —Brian Moore (b. 1921)

    Camels are snobbish
    and sheep, unintelligent; water buffaloes, neurasthenic—
    even murderous.
    Reindeer seem over-serious.
    —Marianne Moore (1887–1972)

    Another armored animal—scale
    lapping scale with spruce-cone regularity until they
    form the uninterrupted central
    tail-row!
    —Marianne Moore (1887–1972)