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Moody

Dwight Lyman. 1837--99, US evangelist and hymnodist, noted for his revivalist campaigns in Britain and the US with I. D. Sankey
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But assistant coach Dave Watson, who urged Moody to keep running, slipped on the wet turf and fell, with his feet upending Moody and knocking the back down hard to the turf.
Moody looms large, especially among evangelicals, the heirs of Moody's audiences.
As a graduate architect preparing for his licensing exam, Moody worked for a firm in Columbus.
Moody, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992, 1996.
The bureau erred by honing in on Moody based on one of his prior bombs.
I love meeting people and love to chit-chat,'' says Don Moody, whose oversize utility truck - emblazoned with his name, the American flag and the Marines' motto ``Semper Fi'' - works its way through the valley five days a week to rescue people from leaking washers, warm refrigerators and faulty ovens.
This is Smith's second arrest for the same crime, the April 25 slaying of 39-year-old Denna Moody, who was pregnant with her sixth child when found burned to death in Panorama City.
Visible tattoos are not allowed under the park's revised dress code, a new restriction that exempts current employees but applies to all new hires, said Palmer Moody, spokesman for Magic Mountain and the adjacent Hurricane Harbor.
Moody's mood: James Moody has been a popular figure in jazz since the late '40s, when the saxophonist-flutist joined Dizzy Gillespie's be-bop orchestra.