Moxam

Moxam

 [mok´sam]
trademark for a preparation of moxalactam disodium, a broad-spectrum antibiotic.
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Shepshed couldn't muster any creditable threat to force the tie back to Yorkshire and Maltby Main sealed Dynamo's fate in injury time with their second penalty converted by Aaron Moxam.
Taryl Moxam, 23, was double the legal limits for alcohol and cannabis when he drove his Vauxhall Insignia vehicle the wrong way up an exit slip road and crashed into a Skoda Octavia coming the other way.
Before her big role as Villanelle, Jodie was already attracting praise for her portrayal of Kate Parks in Doctor Foster and Ivy Moxam in BBC Three miniseries Thirteen.
And the Ambers won the tie when Aaron Moxam demonstrated some superb instinct to guide the ball over goalkeeper Jack Sims and into the Skem net 20 minutes from time.
Thirteen years after she was abducted, 26-year-old Ivy Moxam (Jodie Comer) escapes from her captor and the cellar that has been her claustrophobic home.
In "Thirteen," Comer stars as Ivy Moxam, a woman who escapes from a cellar after being held captive for 13 years.
After forcing entry Luke Moxam emerged from a ground-floor room where there was a bed.
THIRTEEN From Sun bbc.co.uk/tv/ bbcthree and BBC iPlayer NEW SERIES 'I'm Ivy Moxam. I was taken 13 years ago and I've just escaped.
Goole equalised shortly after through Aaron Moxam, who looked dangerous all afternoon.
Rush, Brian, Raquel Moxam and Karen Urbanoski 2002 'Characteristics of people seeking help from specialised programs for the treatment of problem gambling in Ontario', Journal of Gambling Issues 6, <http://jgi.camh.net/doi/full/10.4309/ jgi.2002.6.9>, accessed 27 April 2012.