Moody, Paul

Moody, Paul

(1779–1831) inventor; born in Newbury, Mass. The son of a Revolutionary War officer, he went to work in a woolen mill at age 12 and soon became an expert mechanic. Beginning in 1814, he built and repaired mill machinery in partnership with Francis C. Lowell. Moody designed a series of mechanical improvements that sped the development of the New England textile industry. He was a champion of the temperance movement in Massachusetts.
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Vipers players Matt Beveridge, Simon Leach, Doug Teskey, Scott Moody, Paul Ferone and Jonathan Weaver will also be visiting the club shop, located in the Newcastle Arena car park, between 10.
Bridgend's six-strong team of Ian Greenman, Mark Sanderson, Shaun Moody, Paul Watson, Rob Murray and Andrew Morgan are being sponsored by Data Powertools and Milwaukee, companies that supply South Wales Fire Service with cutting equipment.
The wheels of justice may turn slowly - it has taken more than 17 months since his arrest in Spain to get him to the dock of Newcastle Crown Court where he finally admitted his part in the killing of Mr Singh and to attacking Michael Moody, Paul Ward, Andrew Jessop and Paul Thompson.
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Keith Alexis, Majdi Amria, Johan Chauvet, Romesh Stanislaus, Nicholas Moody, Paul Buhler Department of Computer Science College of Charleston