Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages James Moore of Canada

Moore was born in Long Brackland, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England on 14 January 1849.
Moore joined the Véloce cycling club of Paris after 1868.
The races on 31 May 1868, when Moore was 19, took place in the Saint-Cloud park in Paris.
At half way James Moore took the lead, breaking clear "at the speed of lightning", according to Cycling Record, and won in 3 minutes and 50 seconds to the "frenetic hurrahs" of the crowd.
In that case, being only one year or so after the St Cloud race, it is incredible that, if the claim were false, no one - even from among the winners, spectators and other followers of the previous races as cited - seems to have challenged that claim.
Bonneville said that Moore was riding a Suriray bicycle specially built by Tribout, fitted with ball bearings, rubber tyres 48¼-inch and 15¾-inch wheels with metal rims.
Moore received a gold medal at the Compagnie Parisienne office on 21 November but it is not in the collection on show at Ely museum.
Clifford maintained that Moore was certainly the first and foremost cycling athlete of his day.
Moore was known for his tactical skills, probably learned at the horse-racing tracks, never passing his rivals until the last lap.
In 1704, Moore lead an expedition of 50 Englishmen and 1,000 Creek, Yamasee, and other allied Indians, into western Florida, leading to the Apalachee Massacre.
Moore was also the great-grandfather of General Robert Howe.
James Moore is an accomplished guitarist, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer as can be heard on his CD Firefly.
at the Athenaeum of Ohio Theological Seminary.
James Moore is an Emmy-winning former television news correspondent and the co-author of the bestselling, Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W.
Moore is also an award winning documentary film producer.
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the brightest young players in the region.
Moore is also a member of Roger Humphries RH Factor and the Reggie Watkins Septet, whose upcoming DVD, Day One – Live at Twins Jazz, is a part of the Maynard Ferguson Presents.
of 2003 and since has been writing songs and playing the open mic scene.
James Moore is the coauthor, with Wayne Slater, of the bestselling Bushs Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W.
James Moore is a praise and worship songwriter in his spare time, and also owner and founder of the Christian Songwriter's Network (CSN.
James Moore has done a number of impressive live albums, and his work with The Mississippi Mass Choir has been critically acclaimed.
Moore was born in 1956 in Detroit, Michigan, and he started singing in church when he was seven years old.
This record charted in the gospel's Top 10, and Moore received a Stellar award for Best Male Solo Performance as well as a GMWA Excellence nomination.
Moore took home a Stellar award for Best Gospel Video.
While everything seemed to be going in his favor, Moore was suddenly struck by illness.