Moore, Samuel

Moore, Samuel

 

Born circa 1830; died in 1912. British jurist.

Moore was a member of the First International and a friend of K. Marx and F. Engels. He owned a small factory in Manchester. After going bankrupt, Moore turned to the study of law. He translated into English most of the first volume of Marx’ Das Kapital, published in 1887, and Marx and Engels’ Communist Manifesto, which appeared in 1888. Both translations were edited by Engels.

REFERENCE

Marx, K. , and F. Engels. Soch, 2nd ed., vols. 22, 23, and 31–39. (See index of names.)
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The Lancers' quartet of Antonio Campos, Zach Moore, Samuel Jackson and Demario Mootz certainly hadn't forgotten their second-place finish at the MWL meet two weeks ago.
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Meanwhile all three finalists in the Champion Child of Courage category - McKenzie Moore, Samuel McNeil and Cydney Bourne - were announced winners.
Later, speaking of recordings of operas by Aaron Copland, Douglas Moore, Samuel Barber, and Robert Ward, she states: "These releases, remastered reissues of earlier performances, were selected by the same university types who have restricted the publication of works by blacks and by women, and who most fervently work to maintain the European ideals of music in the minds and hearts of the American public".
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And all three brave young finalists in the Champion Child of Courage category - McKenzie Moore, Samuel McNeil and Cydney Bourne - were announced winners.
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Subs not used: Carson (gk), Greening, Valero, Moore, Samuels, Knight.