Molina


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Mo·li·na

 (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.

Molina

(Spanish moˈlina)
n
(Biography) See de Molina

Mo•li•na

(moʊˈli nə, mə-)

n.
Tirso de, Tirso de Molina.
References in classic literature ?
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.
Joseph Molina: "A lot of times people don't know where to go or what to do, they have difficulty, finding specialists when they need specialty care.
Miguel Molina offers to assist in Tokyo !-- -- Two-time Olympic swimmer Miguel Molina is offering his services to the POC to act as liaison, interpreter or whatever role is suited in his line of expertise during the Tokyo Olympics next year.
Molina, when interviewed on 'Tonight With Boy Abunda' Wednesday night, said John Lloyd got in touch with her and talked about the showbiz rumors and plans.
Molina was turned over to the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Miguel de Benavides Library, it reminded everyone to go back to basics: the primary sources.
The agreement is immediately accretive to earnings and will enable Molina to remain responsive to state partner requirements as it manages its nearly $3 billion of annual pharmacy expenses in an evolving government-sponsored health care landscape.
JPMorgan analyst Gary Taylor upgraded Molina Healthcare to Overweight from Neutral and raised his price target for the shares to $150 from $127.
LONG BEACH, Calif: Molina Healthcare of Mississippi, Inc.
2 October 2018 - California, US-based managed health care services provider Molina Healthcare, Inc.
Borja Molina Borja Molina has been appointed as the assistant director of food and beverage for the Shangri-La Hotel and Traders Hotel in Abu Dhabi.