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Moll

(mol),
Jacob A., Dutch oculist, 1832-1914. See: Moll glands.
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With the support of NatWest Commercial Banking, Molls Bacon - which currently employs 50 people - has purchased another freehold unit on the Formans Trading Estate in Sparkhill and a new bacon-slicing machine, which will mean more employment.
The company, who trade as Molls Bacon, was established in 1970 as a traditional family-run catering butchers.
Now, with the financial support of NatWest Commercial Banking, Molls Bacon - who currently employ fifty people - has purchased another freehold unit on the estate, in Sparkhill, plus a new bacon-slicing machine with the support of Lombard.
the play offers enhanced forms of realism and the fiction of the "individual" in the title character, Moll, to compensate for the absence of legible material guarantees for value, legitimacy, or status.
102) for the notorious, cross-dressed roaring girl, Moll; for in comparison to Moll, Mary will appear a prize.
Sebastian plans to substitute Moll for Mary and then exchange them back.
Unlike John Dillinger's sweetheart, Evelyn "Billie" Frechette, who was awaiting trial on conspiracy charges in the same jail, these gun molls were interrogated extensively and then released.
Despite these denials, newspapers around the country published front-page pictures of the alleged gun molls in riding breeches, leaving no doubts in the accompanying text that the women were, in fact, who they claimed not to be.
Silence, and breaking silence, are both themes and methodological problems when studying the gun molls of the 1930s.
To meet additional distribution requirements, Molls Bacon have recently taken delivery of a 25,000kg Scania chassis cab, complete with an eye-catching brightly painted 28'/8530mm single compartment RVL insulated body from Refrigerated Vehicles (UK) Ltd, tel:0182 584 0733.
Molls specialize in slicing and packaging bacon products which are then sold to major catering and supermarkets.
Attorney Kenneth Moll believes that, "the primary goals of the toxic water investigation are to (1) inform the public of the dangers involved in exposure to the contaminated water; and (2) to promote awareness of potentially negative health and environmental consequences associated with the use of these toxins.