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Mick Moore

Michael Moore (born 20 July 1952) is an English former footballer. A midfielder, he played for Preston North End and Port Vale, but made his name at both Southport and Wigan Athletic. He helped Southport to the Fourth Division title in 1972–73, and also played for Wigan in their first ever season in the Football League. He also enjoyed an extensive non-league career, turning out for eleven different clubs, as well as spending a brief period in the United States with Dallas Tornado.

Moore played youth football for Adlington Rangers and Blackburn Rovers, before becoming an unused squad member for Third Division side Preston North End in 1970–71, during which time he also played on loan for Chorley in the Northern Premier League. He signed with Southport in 1971, who were then in the Fourth Division. After missing out on the play-offs in 1971–72, the "Sandgrounders" won promotion in 1972–73 as Fourth Division champions
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Michael Moore (Swedish Officer)
Major General Michael Moore (born 1953) is a Swedish Air Force officer, with an air combat control background, who has been a senior military adviser at the Swedish Ministry of Defence. Moore was born in London, United Kingdom.[1] He attended aspirant and cadet school from 1973 to 1976 and then held combat control and education positions in the Swedish Air Force from 1976 to 1988.[1] He passed the Higher Course at the Swedish Armed Forces Staff College from 1988 to 1990 and then served in the Defence Staff from 1990 to 1992
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Michel Moore

Michel Rey Moore (born Michel Sanchotena, July 2, 1960) is an American police officer and Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) since 2018. On June 4, 2018 he was appointed to the post by Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles and was ratified by the Los Angeles City Council on June 27, 2018. Moore succeeded Charlie Beck as the Chief of Police after Beck's retirement on June 27. He has worked for the LAPD since 1981.[1][2]

Moore is the son of a Spanish-Basque father, and his original last name is Sanchotena. ("Michel" is the Basque and French form of "Michael," and Moore pronounces his first name "Michael.") He took his stepfather's last name after encountering prejudice in the South[citation needed]. The second of five children, Moore graduated from high school in Arkansas
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Michael Moore (British Politician)

Michael Kevin Moore (born 3 June 1965) is a British Liberal Democrat politician. Born in Northern Ireland, but largely raised in Scotland, he qualified as a chartered accountant and worked as a researcher to the prominent Liberal Democrat politician, David Steel. At the 1997 general election, Moore succeeded Steel as the Liberal Democrat MP for the Scottish Borders constituency of Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale (Berwickshire, Roxburgh & Selkirk from 2005). He joined the Liberal Democrat Frontbench Team in 2005, and held many portfolios, including Defence, Foreign Affairs, International Development and Northern Ireland & Scotland (joint). Following the 2010 general election, and the formation of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition, the cabinet post of Scottish Secretary was given to the Liberal Democrats, initially Danny Alexander
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Michael W. Moore
Michael W. Moore (born 30 August 1948, Houston, Texas)[1] is the former Secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections.[2] Moore earned a Bachelor's Degree in Criminology and Corrections from Sam Houston State University in 1976.[3] He worked for more than two decades in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice where he rose from a correctional officer in 1967 to regional director in 1985. During his Texas tenure, Moore also served as a personnel and training lieutenant, industrial supervisor, lieutenant, captain, and major of correctional officers, as well as warden of a maximum-security prison
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