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Molina

[moh-lee-nuh, muh-; Spanish maw-lee-nah] /moʊˈli nə, mə-; Spanish mɔˈli nɑ/
noun
1.
Luis
[loo-ees] /luˈis/ (Show IPA),
1535–1600, Spanish Jesuit theologian.
2.
Tirso de, Tirso de Molina.
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  • Will Molina, alone, be sufficient for your majesty to-night?

    Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere
  • This denial is founded on the fact, that neither Ulloa nor Molina have spoken of it.

    The Hunters' Feast Mayne Reid
  • Of the berries which grow in Alaska the most important is the "Molina" berry.

    The Land of Tomorrow William B Stephenson, Jr.
  • Almost immediately after, a messenger handed him a card: Molina, Banker.

  • He shuddered at the thought as he had previously done while Molina was talking to him.

British Dictionary definitions for Molina

Molina

/Spanish moˈlina/
noun
1.
See de Molina
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