Moira


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moira

(ˈmɔɪrə)
n
the destiny or predestination of a person

Moi•ra

(ˈmɔɪ rə)

n., pl. -rai (-rī).
1. (often l.c.) (among the ancient Greeks) a person's fate or destiny.
2.
a. the goddess of fate among the ancient Greeks.
b. Moirai, the Fates.
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Jos's friends were all from the three presidencies, and his new house was in the comfortable Anglo-Indian district of which Moira Place is the centre.
"Wendy Moira Angela Darling," she replied with some satisfaction.
MOIRA SPECIALITY FOOD FAIR Date: Saturday 17th- Sunday 18th August 2019 Time: 10 am - 6pm (Saturday) 11am - 5pm (Sunday) Location: Moira Demesne Description: Featuring speciality meats, artisan cheeses, chutneys, cookery demonstrations, pop-up bar, live music and much, much more.
Nate took off his top as he got sweatier and he told Moira he couldn't pretend there wasn't anything between them anymore.
In her recent press conference for being hailed as the Most Streamed Local Artist for 2018 on Spotify, Moira said she respects JK's opinion.
Talking about her achievements, Moira is on cloud nine.
Moira dela Torre received a total of seven nods with her song 'Tagpuan' being nominated under Mellow Video of the Year, Song of the Year, and Music Video of the Year.
The snake had travelled in Moira's case from Mackay in Queesnsland to her home in Bridge of Allan, near Stirling, via stopovers in Brisbane and Dubai.
As part of the Saturday Special concert series held at Hippodrome Bar and Lounge, this intimate performance promises to showcase Moira's vocal prowess, as well as her versatility as an artist.
Moira had fought the disease for 15 years, being diagnosed initially with breast cancer that then spread to her bowel and stomach.
Moira said she did not know that the event was to celebrate the 101st birthday the deceased dictator Ferdinand Marcos.