American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Molina, Mario José Born 1943. Mexican-born American chemist who shared a 1995 Nobel Prize for his work on the chemical processes involved in the formation and decomposition of ozone.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Günther's third group of Gymnodontes: same as the family Molidæ.
- n. A surname.
- n. Alonso de Molina's 1571 Spanish-Nahuatl dictionary, Vocabulario en lengua castellana y mexicana.
- From Spanish and Italian, both from Latin Molina "of a mill", from mola "mill" + -ina. Compare Miller. (Wiktionary)
“Since 2005, Molina is the majors 'best against the steal with a success rate of 42%.”
“C Bengie Molina is saying his sore hamstring isn't serious.”
“* Since Bengie Molina is guaranteed a World Series ring win or lose (he played for both Texas and San Francisco this year), the same probably applies to the guy he was traded for, reliever Chris Ray.”
“Cuban goalkeeper Odelin Molina did his best to keep the score close with some remarkable saves on Dempsey and Beasley.”
“Alfred Molina is a guest on the Leonard Lopate Show.”
“Molina is a graduate student in psychology and women's studies on a fellowship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.”
“On Sunday morning, Ernest Jerry Molina is accused of taking those factors for granted while shooting at people from his truck at Central Avenue and Washington Street.”
“' Bengie Molina is probably one of the best clutch hitters in baseball, '' Figgins said.”
“CA „ ON CITY — The former head of a cult based in Molina asked Tuesday for his freedom after serving 10 years for 10 sex-related felonies involving children.”
“Catcher Jose Molina is excited to be with the Angels.”
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