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moult

(US), molt
the periodic process of moulting
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Wrexham will start as clear favourites to lift the Trophy - they are fulltime professionals and play at a higher level - and while Moult accepts North Ferriby will be champing at the bit from the very first whistle, he feels Wrexham likewise will be raring to go.
Captain Kyle Storer then tried his luck before Jennings' deflected shot fell kindly for Moult but his effort was deflected off target.
But the goal lifted the home side and they were on level terms nine minutes later when a searing run down the wing from Cranston ended with a neat lay-off to Moult who tucked the ball home from eight yards.
Bulls' midfielder Frankie Artus conceded a needless foul on Wesley York and Moult fired in the spot-kick for his 12th goal of the campaign.
Effects of post-breeding moult and energetic condition on timing of songbird migration into the tropics.
Cockroaches moult several times throughout their lifetime, but unlike reptiles which shed a layer of skin, cockroaches moult out of their own skeleton.
But Stoke boss Tony Pulis says Beattie is not ready for a first-team start and will hand 17-year-old Moult his full debut as Fuller's deputy.
An informer had tipped off the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) benefit fraud investigators about Moult in 2007.
Chief executive Neil Moult said: "We're doing a lot of work with schools across the country, at the rate of four or five schools a week.
Sutton Coldfield's Nicola Moult and Scotland's Kathryn Marshall both shot 70 to finish two off the lead after yesterday's first round of the Australian LPG Championship in Sydney.