Moule


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(mōl)
v. i.1.To contract mold; to grow moldy; to mold.
Let us not moulen thus in idleness.
- Chaucer.
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microplastiques, pesticides ou bacteries: la moule aspire tout, permettant de surveiller la qualite de l'eau, et aussi peut-etre un jour d'aider a l'epurer."C'est un superfiltreur du milieu marin, avec jusqu'a 25 litres d'eau filtres par jour", s'enthousiasme la biologiste marine Leila Meistertzheim.
Adrian Michael Moule, 53, was found dead at his home in Cardiff.
Ms Knight told the hearing Mr Moule had a brother although they had not seen each other for two years prior to his death.
Moule explains the basic elements of research to qualified nurses, health and social care practitioners, and students who have limited understanding or experience of research in their professions.
A spokesman for Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust added: "We would like to offer our sincerest condolences to Mrs Moule's family.
But then, when it comes to badges, the Moule family invariably bring home the bacon.
Le moule qui sert a produire ces objets doit regulierement etre renouvele, environ tous les 10000 a 100000 pieces.
Captain Douglas Moule, the airline's Base Captain at Gatwick told Airports International: "We have to tow a lot of aircraft [off stand] each evening after the first wave of aircraft has arrived.
Adrian Moule, from Coulby Newham, says he hopes to help isolated adults get back into the community.