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., Memphis, TN
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.
Executive producers, Toby Emmerich, Matt Moore, Douglas Curtis.
Bedworth Utd (from): Kemp, Barnett, Stuart, Pitham, Crabtree, Richardson Doughty, Foy, Spacey, L Moore, Hanney, Cummins, Greenway, J Moore, Douglas, Swann, Farrell, Jackson.