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 (mə-lē′nə, mō-), Mario José Born 1943.
Mexican-born American chemist who shared a 1995 Nobel Prize for his work on the formation and decomposition of ozone.


(Spanish moˈlina)
(Biography) See de Molina


(moʊˈli nə, mə-)

Tirso de, Tirso de Molina.
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To the sportsman they are most annoying, by telling every other bird and animal of his approach: to the traveller in the country, they may possibly, as Molina says, do good, by warning him of the midnight robber.
In nearly 10 seasons behind the plate for the Cardinals, Yadier Molina has become every bit the cornerstone that Pujols was for the franchise's championship-caliber teams.
CLINTON - Maria Perez Molina, 99, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Thursday, May 16, at River Terrace Healthcare in Lancaster.
The problem now is about trust,'' Supervisor Gloria Molina said.
John Molina, the company's Executive Vice President of Financial Affairs and Chief Financial Officer, agrees: "I remember during our time when we were trying to get people to invest in the company, despite the fact that we had a 23-year track record, people always questioned if we had staying power.
After a six year career with American Ballet Theatre, Carlos Molina has accepted a principal position with Boston Ballet.
We have partnered with best-of-breed, award-winning software companies, which are Sophos, Commtouch, IMLogic and Trace Security," says Herbert Molina, president and general manager of Opengate.
Twenty-two years ago, when chemist Mario Molina first warned of damage to Earth's ozone layer, no one took him very seriously.
Molina Healthcare of Florida is pleased to work with AHCA in delivering on our commitment to keep Florida's senior population as safe and healthy as possible in the least restrictive setting," said David Pollack, president of Molina Healthcare of Florida.
FITCHBURG - Wanda Molina, 39, loved to dance, sing and go to church, but a Friday night trip to the mall abruptly ended in a crash that took her life.
It's always exciting every time you get a chance to go back to your old house,'' Molina said.
Mario Molina, MD, the President and CEO of Molina Healthcare, Inc.