Bill Moss
British racing driver
Bill Moss
Bill Moss is a British former racing driver from England. Moss entered one World Championship Formula One race, the 1959 British Grand Prix, with his United Racing Stable Cooper T51, a Formula 2 car, and failed to qualify. Moss was British Formula Junior Champion in 1961. He is not related to Stirling Moss, winner of 16 Grands Prix.
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We Will Miss Antibiotics When They’re Gone
NYTimes - about 1 month
To keep infections at bay, we need to fix the broken antibiotic business model.
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Mexican Stocks Will Miss Trump
Wall Street Journal - 4 months
The rally spurred by the likelihood of its antagonist’s loss is unlikely to continue under its own power.
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Curry Will Miss at Least Two Weeks
Wall Street Journal - 10 months
Golden State Warriors’ star will then be re-evaluated after suffering MCL sprain
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What I'll Miss Most About Being a Stay-at-Home-Mom
Huffington Post - over 1 year
By Sarah Bregel With one child in full-day kindergarten and the other at a home daycare for more than half the week, I'm beginning to make the transition from full-time stay-at-home-mom to working mother. While I've always embraced the creative opportunities that came my way outside of baby-rearing, this will be the first time in nearly six years that I'll be spending more time on my work than my children. There is no denying that I am (and have been) ready, but as I kiss my daughter goodbye, turn out of the school parking lot and head to drop my 15-month-old son at a home daycare, I can't help but think about what I'm giving up. Being the parent who was always at home meant I was the one who did absolutely everything the kids needed between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. If someone was sick, I was the one who changed my shirt three times in an hour because I kept getting puked on. I scheduled the dentist and the doctor's visits and held them after they got shots. I was ...
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HTC One M7 Enters Software Purgatory, Will Miss Future Android Updates
Hot Hardware - almost 2 years
It's been a good run for the HTC One M7, a device that was launched two years ago and still stands up well today (I should know, I own one). Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever, including upgrade cycles, and the One M7's has come to an end with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Going forward, there will be no more software updates. HTC's VP of Product
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A Supposedly Irie Thing I'll Most Certainly Do Again
NPR - about 2 years
For a moment it actually moves me — the incredible diversity of this music we lump into the umbrella category "reggae." And that I share a profound passion with such a disparate crowd of folks. » E-Mail This
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'If I Think About My Money Problems Too Much, I'll Miss My Babies Growing Up'
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Helen Bechtol, 23, is a mother of two and a community college student with dreams of graduating from University of North Carolina WIlmington. I got my GED and I'm taking classes at a community college. Right now I bartend Monday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. at a little country bar. And I'm a photographer part time on the weekends. I have a great support system in place and my parents really go above and beyond for me, but that mostly only stops me from actually losing my mind. My boy is 5 and my little girl will be 4 next month. I'm paying about $650 to $700 on day care a month. I'm on food stamps. I get so overwhelmed sometimes that I think it affects my parenting and that's what I hate the most. I don't need money to be happy, but I do need money to pay for the resources I need for happiness. I feel ashamed a lot of the time, but I try to just stay positive because if I think about my money problems too much, I'll miss my babies growing up. My hope is that in a few year ...
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Munro Will Miss Nobel Ceremony for Health Reasons
NYTimes - over 3 years
Alice Munro, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, will be unable to travel to Stockholm to accept her award.
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Remembering City Opera: 'We Will Miss it More than We Realize'
NYTimes - over 3 years
New York City Opera performers, staff and fans remember the company, which announced this week that it will close because of financial problems.
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The Homeless You Don't See, but Need to See! Warning: This Video Will Mess You up!
The Huffington Post - over 3 years
Being on a road trip focusing on homeless youth it was important to tell the story of the homelessness you don't see - the millions of American families living in weekly rate hotels just barley one step from street homelessness. In fact, when I met this wonderful family today, they were packing up to leave and live in their car. The hotel had given them one day's grace, but they were completely out of money with no place to go. I am still emotional thinking about it even hours later. Truth is, thousands upon thousands of families face being evicted from a hotel to the streets every single day! This family was lucky. I tweet out what I call a "Hail Mary" and a generous heart stepped up and donated a weeks stay. That too messed me up! Michael, Danielle, and their six children live in one hotel room near St Louis. Michael works a full time job, and they used to rent a house, but their landlord didn't pay the mortgage. After the bank took the property back, Michael, Danielle, and their six ...
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Bill Chameides: The Artistic Appeal of Clouds
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Click here to read an original op-ed from the TED speaker who inspired this post and watch the TEDTalk below. Never underestimate the power of an image to connect people to the natural world. Clouds are amazing. I know. I've been studying them off and on for the past 40 years or so. And as a scientist, I am continually stunned and just a wee bit overwhelmed by the array of physical processes that come together in time and space to form clouds. Clouds with their myriad shapes and hues, some peacefully billowing in a bright blue background and others dark and gray and capable of unleashing destructive forces that can blow a house to smithereens or inundate a city with a torrent of water. The Power of Science and the Power of Art I suspect I could wax poetic about the physics of clouds for hours, but would never come close to invoking the awe and fascination that a good picture of clouds can. And if you have any doubt, just take a look at the astonishing p ...
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Straight Sets: Monfils, Soaring on the Grass, Will Miss Wimbledon
NYTimes - over 3 years
Gaël Monfils feels more comfortable on grass surfaces these days but has withdrawn his request for a wild card at Wimbledon, citing personal problems.     
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Harry Rothenberg: Not You Two Again! Parshat Korach
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Korach is joined in his rebellion by Moses' life-long antagonists, Doson and Aviram. Will Moses jump at his big chance to get rid of them forever? Would you?
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LOOK: 6-Year-Old Needs A Spelling Lesson STAT
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
The author of today's cute kid note has his heart in the right place. He just needs a spelling lesson. Title: "I Will Miss You..." Author: Timmy Age: 6 The backstory: While the family was preparing for a move from Chicago to Florida, Timmy's dad found this heartfelt farewell from his son to his... "hoes." Don't worry, Timmy: One day, leaving your house in Chicago will just be a point on the timeline of your life. In the meantime, maybe you can join a correspondence course in spelling with these other kiddos. Has your child drawn or written something adorable? Send a photo, along with your child's name and age, to kidnotes@huffingtonpost.com or via Facebook or Twitter -- and it may be featured as our Cute Kid Note of the Day. Next Cute Kid Note of the Day: The Daddy Guilt Trip
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Toddler Words Dictionary: A Guide To Kid Language That Parents Will Miss The Most
The Huffington Post - almost 4 years
As your kids grow out of toddlerhood, they learn that their favorite color is "yellow," not "lello," and that a trip to the zoo is to see the "animals," not the "amnials." While language development is undoubtedly important, seeing those adorable malapropism's disappear from their vocabulary can feel like the end of an era. No one understands this better than blogger John Kinnear who wrote a post last week called "The 10 Toddler Words That I'll Miss Most," about the phrases his 2-year-old daughter uses to communicate, that only he and and his wife really understand. We asked you to share your favorite toddler words with us and received an amazing response, so we've put together a dictionary of your hilarious and heartwarming memories. We'd love to hear more, so keep them coming! Tweet @HuffPostParents with your favorite #ToddlerWords. Read More... More on Toddlers
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John Kinnear: The 10 Toddler Words That I'll Miss Most
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Before our kids learn our language, we get to experience the magic of learning theirs. For an amazing (and amazingly short) period of time, kids speak a language that only their parents can understand. Have you ever been around a parent and their kid, and the kid looks at the parent and says, "Samoopeeepoop clababa pano pano it," and the parent, completely un-phased, replies with something like "No dear, you've had enough graham-crackers, and dinner is in an hour"? I'm going to miss that connection with my kid. I like that, for awhile, my wife and I were the only ones who could understand her. But now, my daughter is getting much better at talking. Her language skills are really pretty amazing. She's almost mastered subject, object and possessive pronouns. She's getting tenses down, and every once in awhile, she'll put together a sentence with multiple clauses and a semi-colon. For example: "I want to lay in bed with you and mommy, who you call Stevie-pie, but I peed in my ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Bill Moss
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2010
    Age 76
    Died in 2010.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1961
    Age 27
    Moss was British Formula Junior Champion in 1961.
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  • 1959
    Age 25
    Moss entered one World Championship Formula One race, the 1959 British Grand Prix, with his United Racing Stable Cooper T51, a Formula 2 car, and failed to qualify.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1933
    Born
    Born in 1933.
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