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herb given by Hermes to Odysseus to ward off Circe’s spells. [Gk. Myth.: Odyssey]
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Influenced by an eclectic range of musicians from American folk hero Woody Guthrie to gypsy punks Gogol Bordello, Holy Moly & the Crackers play a lively, moonshine mix of Romani, Americana and contemporary British folk-rock.
They'd be hunting in the food plot Holy Moly had been frequenting of late, but Kyle made no mention of that to his daughter.
The closing of the Transaction followed the Supreme Court of Canada discharging Creston Moly from bankruptcy, clearing the way for Starcore to continue with the development and further exploration of Creston's properties.
The Moly modules are high performance PV modules that employ new mono-like solar cells.
A $200,000 purchase for Barry Lee Bloodstock at the 2010 NZB Premier Yearling Sale, Holy Moly is the most expensive filly by her sire from his first Australian crop.
Moly Mines is an ASX and TSX listed resource company focused on mining Iron Ore in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia, developing their world class Spinifex Ridge Molybdenum-Copper project - 170km east of Port Hedland and exploring for Minerals, Base Metals and project opportunities worldwide.
Moly Mines intends to build on its relationships with the Chinese financing industry, enhanced through the completion of the US$494 million financing facilities, to build the major international mining house all Moly Mines shareholders will benefit from.
Jim Lennon, analyst at Macquarie Research, tells Steel Business Briefing: "China single-handedly rescued the moly market in Q1, pushing up the price from around $8/pound to around $20/lb".
Celebrity gossip website Holy Moly has published a top 40 of the most narcissistic celebrities on Twitter, a list that includes Lily Allen, Chris Moyles and Stephen Fry.
SUBSTITUTE Danny Hassan scored the winner as Leighbridge Ash narrowly defeated Vaults Moly 2-1