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Moza

(mō`zə), in the Bible. 1 Son of Caleb. 2 Descendant of Saul.
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The kids feel comfortable with Mozo which is a breakthrough.
BALTIMORE: Spain swept four singles matches Sunday to capture the inaugural LPGA International Crown team match-play title with Belen Mozo sinking an eight-foot birdie putt for the clinching point.
Belen Mozo led USC with a 75 in the second round, but her score was later disqualified.
6 USC, which was playing without All-American Jennifer Song and the injured Belen Mozo, took third at 15-over 879.
1) Jessica Mozo, "Auto Industry Shifts into High Gear," Tennessee Economic Development Guide, April 7, 2008, http://tnedg.
To make her case, Caba selects two plays of Lope, El mejor mozo de Espana and El nino inocente de La Guardia.
Alberto Mozo Leverington, Francisca Cifuentes, Mauricio Leal, Luis Fernadez
Luego, Rodriguez Caceres, en "Humor y pedagogia en Alonso, mozo de muchos amos de Jeronimo Alcala Yanez", sostiene la interaccion entre los cuentecillos tradicionales, buena parte de ellos hilarantes, que inserta el picaro Alonso en su narracion y las digresiones morales, que a menudo se ven ilustradas por aquellos.
The 19-year-old Welsh champion came from behind in the most dramatic fashion to beat the talented Belen Mozo on the home green, but the hosts still trail and face a herculean task if they are to retain the trophy.
The 19-year-old Welsh champion came from behind in the most dramatic fashion to beat Belen Mozo on the home green, but the hosts still trail and face a herculean task if they are to retain the Trophy.
Welsh title-holder Breanne Loucks and Welsh girls champion Hassan ensured their matches went into sudden-death play-offs against Belen Mozo and Araceli Felgueroso respectively.
68) Similar practices were witnessed by Antonio Mozo and Tomas Ortiz during the eighteenth century but, in these instances, the divinations were performed by shaking the sieve.