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moll buzzer

A thief, often a pickpocket, who targets women. My mother had her purse stolen by a moll buzzer today!
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Pastor Moll led the congregation as it began a preschool in 1989, built an education wing and later added kindergarten.
Most recently, Dr Moll has served as the chief executive officer as well as the co-founder of Hansen Medical.
Filled with raw emotion, wry humor, and unselfconscious reflection, the story conveys Moll's unwavering sense of self in a refreshing, inspiring way.
The majority of criticism on The Roaring Girl has focused, justifiably, on Moll's cross-dressing; after all, while it was not unheard of for women to dress as men, this was not common behaviour, and early modern society typically reserved such cross-dressing only for occasions when women needed to don men's garb to do particular tasks.
When her uncouth beau is arrested for the murders of young women on the island, Moll prepares a false alibi.
Eventually, Moll chooses him over her family and moves in with him.
In a (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWHO2v5B66U) sneak peek from next week's Season 1, episode 8 of TNT's "Will," Moll calls Richard out on his romantic adventures from the previous night.
When Siddy reappears after running off when Moll resents his fussing over the blisters on her neck, caused by a witch's hair, she finds he has risked life and limb in a steep climb to bring figwort and sphagnum moss to draw out the poison.
Joe Moll, the trust's executive director, said protecting areas such as Finn Rock Reach allow the McKenzie to be "a living river," one that can continue to move and shift over time uninhibited by built structures.
The thieves (Chiwetel Ejiofor, Norman Reedus and Aaron Paul) are forced into a seemingly impossible job after fluffing an assignment from a mafia moll (Kate Winslet).
Moll's introduction opens with an account of the reunion of the two volumes of the single manuscript.
To understand how Moll, Belinda and Polly become such duplicitous signs, it is essential to understand how satirical language makes use of mythical understanding.
Particularly helpful in students learning about the creation and circulation of commodities in modern world history are the early eighteenth-century maps which the prolific Anglo-German cartographer, Herman Moll (ca.
Moll, M.D., Professor of Pathology at Stony Brook University School of Medicine, and colleagues, uncovers a novel role for p53 beyond cancer in the development of ischemic stroke.
Moll: The Life and Time of Moll Flanders, Sian Rees.