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moil

[mȯil]
(mining engineering)
A long steel wedge with a rounded point used for breaking up rocks in a mine.
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Kris Modugno, Michele Moffitt, Robert Molina, Luis Moner-Colonques, Rafael Mongeon, Kevin Monnet, Cyril Morin, Louis-Philippe Morin, Norman Morita, Hodaka Moro, Alessio Morton, Rebecca Moscoso Boedo, Hernan Mudambi, Ram Mueller, Gernot Mullen, Kathleen Muller, Laurent MOiler, Wieland Murphy, Sean Mylovanov, Tymofiy Myung, Noah Nafziger, Julia Naito, Takumi Nechio, Fernanda Neelakantan, Urvi Neumark, David Neven, Valev Ng, Yew-Kwang Nichols, Joseph Nicholson, Sean Nicklisch, Andreas Nikiforakis, Nikos Nimark, Kristoffer Noor, Jawwad Noussair, Charles N.
(23) Budig, Misra, and Boeckmann (2012); Misra, Budig, and Moiler (2007); Joya Misra, Michelle Budig, and Irene Boeckmann, "Work-family Policies and the Effects of Children on "Women's Employment Hours and Wages," Community, Work & Family 14, no.
"The younger people, they all want Alcoa," says Jens Moiler, head of a community, training project in Maniitsoq.
For the GSCFM class of 2012, that student was Denise Moiler, CCE.
The statute limited eligibility to sedimentary basins in the state's less-explored and hard-to-reach regions: the Kotzebue and Selawik Basins; Nenana and Yukon Flats; Emmonak; Glennallen and Copper River area; and the Alaska Peninsula near Egegik and Port Moiler.
'You can proceed on the assumption that moist conditions reduce the risk of heat waves,' said MOiler. 'However, it isn't possible to infer subsequent heat waves from dry conditions with absolute certainty, because both normal and extreme conditions may follow dry conditions.
Although researchers have questioned the application of the dependence model to steroid and other PED consumption as well as the dangers posed by PED use (see Moiler, 2010) and the ethics of drug testing (see Kayser, Mauron, & Miah, 2007; Lavin, 2003), Ian Ritchie (2007) has argued that PED use is now one of the most publicly condemned problems in sport.
* Gabetta and her boyfriend Christoph Moiler founded the chamber music festival Solsberg in 2006, This year, it will take place from 15 to 29 June in Olsberg's baroque convent church and St Martin's in Rheinfelden
The conversations and interactions highlight the villagers' homely, traditional way of life and make clear that the patriotic Fills have raised their four children--daughters Tulle (Marie Bach Hansen), Gerda (Laura Winther Moiler) and Bitten (Mia Vadmand Ejlerskov), and son Niels (Thomas Ernst)--with strong values.
Susan Moiler Okin's essay Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?
In recent years, intensification of New Zealand's dairy pastures has led to increased nitrogen (N) inputs and cow stocking rates (MacLeod and Moiler 2006; Ministry for the Environment 2007), and a decline in soil C has been measured in some dairy pastures (Schipper et al.