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molly

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Molly

(mŏl′ē)
n. Slang
A powdered form of MDMA.
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This, then, was the true reason of that insensibility which he had shown to the charms of Sophia, and that behaviour in her which might have been reasonably enough interpreted as an encouragement to his addresses; for as he could not think of abandoning his Molly, poor and destitute as she was, so no more could he entertain a notion of betraying such a creature as Sophia.
The starch having been wiped up by Molly's help, and the ironing apparatus put by, Mrs.
More than 300 people turned out at Woodbrook Vale School on Bank Holiday Monday for the launch of 'Molly's Gift' - a trust in memory of Molly Webb which will provide funding opportunities for youth development in sport.
The reality stars partied in Manchester with rapper Giggs and a whole host of famous faces as Molly launched her debut line with the fashion brand.
AS 23-year-old Molly McLaren swiped to the right on her Tinder match, she was excited about what the future might hold.
Molly Kay, who follows United home and away, was sitting near the directors' box in the Sir Bobby Charlton stand when 'Carra' emerged at halftime to talk to his fellow Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville.
Molly, a 14-year-old black Labrador who worked alongside Cheshire Constabulary and North Wales Police for 11 years, died on Tuesday.
Model Molly, Liam's daughter from an affair, had been estranged until last year.
Molly was a lonely little girl who longed for a kitten friend.