ⓘ Moll

                                     

ⓘ Moll

  • Moll, a character in the 1937 musical The Cradle Will Rock by Marc Blitzstein.
  • Moll Flanders, the title character in the novel by Daniel Defoe.
  • Moll Hackabout, the unfortunate prostitute portrayed in William Hogarths A Harlots Progress.
                                     
  • The Moll presumably from Slovene: Mel, rubble is a river in northwestern Carinthia in Austria, a left tributary of the Drava. The river rises in the
  • Moll Flanders is a novel by Daniel Defoe, first published in 1722. It purports to be the true account of the life of the eponymous Moll detailing her
  • A gun moll or gangster moll is the female companion of a male professional criminal. Gun was British slang for thief, derived from Yiddish ganef, from
  • Tobias Toby Mortimer Moll 20 July 1890 15 July 1916 was a South African rugby union player from Cape Town. He was awarded a single cap for South
  • Charles Richard Moll born January 13, 1943 is an American actor and voice artist, best known for playing Aristotle Nostradamus Bull Shannon, the bailiff
  • Moll born 16 November 1939 in Karlsbad died 16 December 1968 on Bundesautobahn 7 near Egestorf in a car crash was a German football player. Moll was
  • Moll s gland, also known as the gland of Moll or ciliary gland, is a modified apocrine sweat gland that is found on the margin of the eyelid. They are
  • Louis Moll December 21, 1921 July 19, 2011 was an American electrical engineer, notable for his contributions to solid - state physics. Moll was born
  • Æthelwald Moll was King of Northumbria, the historic petty kingdom of Angles in medieval England, from 759 to 765. He seized power after the murder of
  • Herman Moll 1654? 22 September 1732 was a London cartographer, engraver, and publisher. Moll s exact place of origin is unknown, although his birth
  • James Moll is an American director and producer of film documentaries and television documentaries. His documentary work has earned him an Academy Award