Moore, Douglas

Moore, Douglas (Stuart)

(1893–1969) composer, educator; born in Greenport, Long Island. He had a long teaching career at Columbia University (1926–62) and is best known for his "Americana" operas, especially The Ballad of Baby Doe (1956).
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7,919,419 B2; Jeffrey Hurley, Brian Boehmer, Alan Campbell, Jerry Moore, Douglas Vercauteren, Barry Burgess and Heather Horton, assignors to Buckeye Technologies Inc.
Bedworth (from): Clarke, Barnett, Edwards, Grocutt, Pitham, Jackson, Doughty, Heath, Foy, Twigger, Moore, Douglas, Hatton, Swan, Hallam, Kemp, Cummins.
LEEDS: Sullivan, Kelly, Butler, Kilgallon, Harding, Moore, Douglas, Derry, Lewis, Hulse, Healy.
After yesterday the former bank clerk takes his place in the pantheon of greatest England captains with Bobby Moore, Douglas Jardine and Ray Illingworth.
Bedworth Utd (from): Kemp, Barnett, Stuart, Pitham, Crabtree, Richardson Doughty, Foy, Spacey, L Moore, Hanney, Cummins, Greenway, J Moore, Douglas, Swann, Farrell, Jackson.