Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of mold.

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Examples

  • Unlike the Kirk, Spock, and Klingon figures that were based on molds from the original Mego line, Khan is a brand new sculpt that features the same level as detail as the rest of the line.

    Khaaaan! | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • I borrowed a couple molds from a friend and opened my copy of The Joy of Cooking to p. 174: tomato aspic.

    Stefan Beck: Must Be Jelly: Yeaworth's The Blob

  • Most of our tiles are hand pressed in molds that we make from our original sculpted works.

    Weaver Tile

  • Using the Heavy Duty molds is convenient because they withstand very hot 165 °F sustained oven temps and180 °F degrees poured-soap temperatures (sorry, you in-the-oven-hot-process soapers - not that hot!).

    Using 3-D Molds - Set Up

  • What about the Mossberg that broke the 3in/3. 5in molds guys.

    The 50 Best Shotguns Ever Made

  • When your batch sticks together when squished, you need to start putting it in molds - time is of the essence.

    Boing Boing: April 17, 2005 - April 23, 2005 Archives

  • They are made of portland cement and marble dust - packed in molds - each part of the mold will have a diifferent color - up to five different colors - charged according to the number of colors.

    Traditional floor tiles

  • WHEN Gilbert took the pan of candy-molds from the open window of Mrs. Pennell's kitchen, and, reaching in captured the heart-shaped box from the table, his only intention was to keep them just long enough to puzzle Ruth and Winifred and then to return them.

    A Little Maid of Old Philadelphia

  • She looked at it for a moment as if she could hardly believe her eyes; and as she stooped to pick it up Ruth fully expected that basket, pan and tin molds would all vanish from sight.

    A Little Maid of Old Philadelphia

  • For this reason, it is very common to find these organisms growing in the soil, on lawns, and in the forest commonly on deciduous logs (hence the name molds).

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