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Manned Orbital Laboratory


abbr. Chemistry


the chemical symbol for
(Units) mole3


1. molecular.
2. molecule.
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Noun1.mol - the molecular weight of a substance expressed in gramsmol - the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; the basic unit of amount of substance adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
metric weight unit, weight unit - a decimal unit of weight based on the gram
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But we did show fighting spirit and character and Mols is finding his confidence soaring as he was in the right place at the right time twice.
Although Rangers went on to win the SPL title and Scottish Cup in the 1999-2000 season, Mols feels he didn't contribute anything worthwhile until the 2002-03Treble triumph.
But in the last seven games - three of them against Champions League opponents - Mols has fired blanks.
With Steven Thompson cup tied and Shota Arveladze out-of-sorts Rangers fans are clamouring for Mols to partner Ronald de Boer at Hampden.
They saw a welcome glimpse of the old Mols as he twisted, turned and tormented Dunfermline.
Mols also denies that he has ever been involved in any bust-up with Alex McLeish since the new man took over as manager.
Mols could now be hit with as much as a seven-game ban - which would sideline until February - after TV cameras caught him punching De Graafschap defender Milan Berck Beelenkamp in the first minute of a league match on Sunday.
Mols said: "I think I am going to take a handkerchief out with me.
Rangers' boss Alex McLeish will go Dutch with Mols partnering Ronald de Boer in attack.
Mols stunned Ibrox fans yesterday when claimed he would not be back in action until CHRISTMAS.
Mols volunteered to make a European comeback following his horrific knee injury when he was three months short of full fitness.
Mols, who quit Ibrox in the summer, had rejected previous offers from his former Dutch club and deals in Qatar.