moile

moile

(mɔɪl)
n
(Cookery) a type of rice pudding made with almond milk
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69%of total global internet traffic by 2018 will be moile video
Affirmed Networks said the virtualization of network functions with the Affirmed Moile Content Cloud and the use of data center/cloud environments will enable Transatel to differentiate their service portfolio as well as embrace new and flexible business models key for taking on a major position in the MVNO and M2M market.
By 1861 a water cure sanatorium had been established in Melbourne (La Moile 1861).
The resort will have a Banyan Tree spa and an activity island, and guests will get to dig appams with meen moile while taking a houseboat ride on the backwaters of Alappuzha ( Alleppey).
s h Omc bmc Six teens leave behind their moile phones, Facebook accounts, make-up, music, fashion and computer games to live a much harder and pure life.
When Elizabeth Moiles of Worcester was initially experiencing macular degeneration, a medical condition that results in loss of vision, she could still see the stage if she sat near the front of the theater.
White moiles and tails have crystallized and will not cause sticking in the dryer.
The third came from Susan Moiles, daughter of the late great Bill Moiles, whose delightful daily op-ed columns in the Worcester Telegram were a mainstay for two generations of readers.
Sinclair of Grafton; four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and many nephews and nieces including Deborah Moiles, Janice Conrad and Susan Mills.
The treasurer, Bryan Moiles, had been the subject of criticism from some board members who complained that he failed to provide them with timely budgets, invoices, bank statements and other financial information.
Al Banx, Bill Moiles, John Cronin, George Cocaine, Nancy Lowe Gray, Jack Tubert, Roy Mumpton, Tom Sweeney, Al Marcello, Bob Sullivan and Jimmy Lee, to cite but a few.