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Moll

(mol),
Jacob A., Dutch oculist, 1832-1914. See: Moll glands.
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Moll was a CEO at Intershop, a public technology vendor for e-commerce solutions whose main shareholder is eBay.
According to Moll, GSK developed Zofran to treat cancer patients afflicted with severe cases of nausea that resulted from chemotherapy or radiation treatments.
Lisa Dillon as Moll Cutpurse with Joe Bannister as Sebastian, in The Roaring Girl at The Swan Theatre, RSC
Moll said of trying to start a union movement in a $320 billion company run by iconic co-founder, Steve Jobs: " It's kind of a feeling of David versus Goliath.
Moll s budding campaign is also unusual given Apple s reputation for fierce employee loyalty.
But Jeffrey Merritt, Moll's chief restructuring officer, told Plastics News that the dispute involved the closing of a manufacturing plant by Moll.
Even as Defoe affirms the dominance of gender ideology by positioning his readers as objects of the novel, he uses Moll to suggest the potential for transforming ideology through the performative act.
Kassie Jones and John Pennell, the general merchandising managers for home and men's, respectively, will report to Moll.
Moll also noted that the 300 series had seen its share of the world stainless steel market fall below 65 percent last year, while sky-high nickel prices could prompt its share to fall as low as 55 percent by 2015.
The material was placed there by S&S, not Smith & Thompson, Moll said.