molly


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molly

or

Molly

(mŏl′ē)
n. Slang
A powdered form of MDMA.

molly

see mare hinny.
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After being picked up from her home in a limo Molly was whisked off to Belfast's SSE Arena and given the VIP treatment.
Tragically during the summer holiday in 1945, Molly drowned on Lake Windermere, falling from a raft that she and friends had made.
So Molly was rushed in an ambulance to the Freeman where she was put on the ECMO and received further treatment but were distraught with the doctors' prognosis - she was given only a 10% chance of survival.
Molly has now been returned to her home up north and is said to have recognised her owners and her litter mate almost immediately.
Ken has passed the details of where he believes Molly was being kept to the police.
Molly is a delightful character, and in this episode, she exhibits a degree of sophistication that shows her character and development, far removed from the Irish immigrant who first landed on the shores of the U.
The party and fireworks show were kept a secret, so Molly was surprised when she arrived Wednesday evening at the Mark Twain Brewing Co.
They supervised the builders as they took the wall apart and released terrified Molly after her night-long ordeal.
The coil-winding section where Molly worked was a hive of spinning, noisy machines where the women had the job of making sure the wire - produced for the communications industry - was coiled evenly and to order.
They visited the school and presented Molly with award and a framed copy of the poem.
She applied on our behalf and a few days later we had the buggy - and Molly had a life.
Actress Sudha, 51, spent time in Lahore, Pakistan, and Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis, interviewing Molly, her father Sajad Ahmed Rana and her mother Louise Fairlie.