American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Mosley, Sir Oswald Ernald 1896-1980. British politician and the founder and leader of the British fascist party.
- n. A surname.
“As ever, Mosley is able to capture the erahippies, Watts, communesin brief strokes that provide a brilliant background to Easy's search for solutions to both a convoluted mystery and complex personal problems.”
“Shane Mosley is seasoned, ready to battle with Mayweather”
“Pacquiao-Clottey generated about 700,000 buys while Mayweather-Mosley is expected to be over 1.1 million.”
“As yet, FOTA appears unconcerned by Mosley's bluster, and The Times's Ed Gorman suggests that "Mosley is like a big fish running out of water.”
“One hopes that Mosley is merely attempting to give himself some bargaining chips over the coming months; some leverage, as it were, which will help him to install esrtwhile Ferrari team-principal, Jean Todt, as his successor, come October.”
“Irked somewhat by the press coverage of Wednesday's events in Paris, and the suggestion that he was pushed from power, Mosley is threatening to renege on the agreements made with FOTA.”
“Max Mosley is reportedly lining up Ferrari boss Jean Todt to succeed him as president of motorsport's governing body, the FIA.”
“Karla Mosley and Michael Jean Dozier have wonderful chemistry as the young lovers, though Mosley is still mimicking her betters when she goes for the red hot mamma notes.”
“Bottom line, said Mosley, is that Mayweather has never fought anyone like him.”
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