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  • It lasted 35 rounds and Cribb won, but only because the crowd invaded the ring, injuring Molineaux, and because the referee, at one point, allowed Cribb longer than he should have had to get up.

    Rewind radio: Smiley's People; Sport and the British; Nicky Campbell

  • We heard about a legendary fight, in 1810, between an older British fighter, Tom Cribb, and a young American, Tom Molineaux.

    Rewind radio: Smiley's People; Sport and the British; Nicky Campbell

  • BETTY NGUYEN, CNN ANCHOR: Molineaux, who is at that home there, with the family, which has gone inside.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2005

  • I don't really care for Hawthorne all that much, particularly because I had stories like "Young Goodman Brown" and "My Kinsmen Major Molineaux" (I can't spell, therefore that's probably incorrect) beaten into me during eleventh grade and found them less than riveting as a result.

    nspblues Diary Entry

  • And our role throughout this has been to reach out to both Sinn Fein officials who are committed to the peace process, to the unionist officials -- we've reached out to Molineaux; we've reached out to others in the Unionist Party, met with them regularly.

    Background Briefing On Gerry Adams Visa Renewal

  • Pemberton, besides being individually of large and just influence from their ability, patriotism, worth, and wealth, were members of the Board of Selectmen, and therefore represented the municipality; Phillips, who had served on this Board, was a type of the upright and liberal merchant; Molineaux was one of the most determined and zealous of the

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 73, November, 1863

  • The Chateaux of Noisy and Molineaux were also affiliated with Versailles.

    Royal Palaces and Parks of France

  • "You ... you have a message from Sylvia Molineaux?"

    Broken to the Plow

  • Molineaux been turned to false account with a wish to still the stinging wounds of pride forever.

    Broken to the Plow

  • “The Wives of the Dead,” “Roger Malvin's Burial,” and “Major Molineaux” soon followed.

    The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne

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  • Hi agi, notice the oiaeu tag on "Molineaux". Similarly, alphavocalic words are tagged aeiou and aeiouy.

    July 30, 2011

  • I know of two words with all the vowels in alphabetical order
    -FACETIOUS(LY) and ABSTEMIOUS(LY); no doubt there are more
    and possibly some Proper nouns too!

    July 29, 2011