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Fabio Moli

Fabio Eduardo "La Mole" Moli (born May 23, 1969 in Villa del Rosario, Córdoba) is an ex Argentine boxer and current Heavyweight champion of Argentina.==Career==Throughout his career he has won nine titles so far. On August 30, 2003 was challenging for the title of World Boxing Association champion against Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko, but lost by knockout in the first assault.On November 14, 2010 again won the Argentine championship in the Orfeo Superdomo in Córdoba against Lisandro "El Carnicero"... read more

Moli

Moli is a village development committee in Okhaldhunga District in the Sagarmatha Zone of mid-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3447 living in 597 individual households..==External links==Category:Populated places in Okhaldhunga District read more

Josias Moli

Josias Moli (born 19 August 1954) is the former speaker of the Parliament of Vanuatu and former acting President of Parliament of VanuatuVanuatu . He became speaker and acting president on July 28, 2004. He succeeded Parliament of VanuatuVanuatuRoger Abiut in both positions. He is a member of the Parliament of VanuatuVanuatuRoger AbiutUnion of Moderate Parties and was elected speaker of parliament after Abiut was defeated in parliamentary elections earlier in July 2004. In Vanuatu the speaker... read more

Pimelabditus moli

''Pimelabditus moli'' is a species of long-whiskered catfish native to French Guiana and Suriname where it is found in the Maroni River basin. This species grows to a length of SL. read more

Liaki Moli

Liaki Moli is a New Zealand rugby union player, who specialises as a lock forward. He played for the Blues in Super Rugby from 2012 to 2014, and signed for the Japanese Sunwolves for the 2016 season. Also, he has played for Auckland in the ITM Cup since 2010.===Early career===Moli was selected for the New Zealand U20 side in 2010, for whom he was a standout player at the world championship in Argentina. He made his Auckland debut in the same year.http://www.aucklandrugby.co.nz/npc/players/profile.html?playerid=134944534... read more

Jacob Moli

Jacob Moli (born 11 May 1967) is a Solomon Islands former footballer and former manager of the Solomon Islands national football team, a post he held from 2011 to 2014.==References==Category:Solomon Islands international footballersCategory:Solomon Islands football managersCategory:Solomon Islands national football team managers read more

Moli mala

''Moli mala'' is the first album of the Croatian band Thompson. It was released in 1992. Danijela Martinović sang on the album as a guest for ''Potonut ću''. Zdenko Runjić composed the song ''Grkinja''. Thompson performed the album's eponymous track at the Skalinada festival in Split.==Track listing==# "Zmija me za srce ugrizla" (A snake bit my heart) (3:09)# "Naša prva noć" (Our first night) (4:05)# "Jer, Hrvati smo" (Because we are Croats) (4:07)# "Bojna - Čavoglave " (Čavoglave bataillon)... read more

Malietoa Moli

Malietoa Mōli (“Lamp Oil” or “Illumination”) was a Samoan king who died in 1860.==Titular succession==Some speculate that both Mōlī and Malietoa Talavou Tonumaipe'a were both declared Malietoa following Malietoa Tinai "Natuitasina" Taimalelagi’s death; (''Malietoa Vaiinupo had two sons, from his first marriage, the eldest died in a war, and his son lived under Malietoa Vaiinupo's shade, He had a family of his own and live like a normal person, a royal blood that was not recognized)''... read more

Moli Lesesa

Moli Lesesa (born 1 April 1984) is a Mosotho footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Joy FC. Since 2008, he has won 13 caps and scored one goal for the Lesotho national football team.==External links==Category:Association football midfieldersCategory:Lesotho international footballers read more

Atunaisa Moli

Atu Moli (born 12 June 1995) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer who currently plays as a prop for in the ITM Cup. From the 2016 Super Rugby season he will represent the Hamilton-based franchise.==References==Category:New Zealand rugby union playersCategory:People educated at Marlborough Boys' CollegeCategory:Sportspeople from Gisborne, New Zealand read more

Mole

Mole, The Mole or variants may refer to:== See also == ''Shannara'' seriesAtlantis: The Lost EmpireMole (surname)Beriev Be-8Cultivator No. 6tunnel boring machineMole-RichardsonMoll (slang)Mole wrenchMol (disambiguation)Molé (disambiguation)Moles (disambiguation)Moll (disambiguation)El TopoCategory:Animal common name disambiguation pages read more

E-One Moli Energy

E-One Moli Energy Corp. is a Taiwanese manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries. It was founded in 1998 and focused on producing high capacity energy cells for notebook computers, high-end electronics and networking communication devices under the "Molicel" brand. In 2004,it partnered with Milwaukee Electric Tool to develop a high energy power cell for cordless power tools, with its first power tool model introduced in 2005. It has also provided batteries to Ford for electric cars, and in 2008 became... read more

Wat Lok Moli

Wat Lok Moli (, sometimes also seen written as ''Wat Lok Molee'') is a Buddhist temple (Thai language:Wat) in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. The temple is situated on the north side of the north moat surrounding the old part of the city, about 400 meters west of the Chang Phuak city gate.It is not known when the temple was built but it is first mentioned in a charter in 1367 CE. The sixth king of the Mengrai dynasty, King Kuena (1355-1385), invited ten Buddhist monks from Burma to spread their teachings... read more

Yussuf Moli Yesky

Yussuf Moli Yesky (born January 1, 1965) is a middle distance and long distance athlete who competed internationally for ChadYesky represented Chad at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, he competed in the 800 metres where he finished eighth in his heat and therefore did not qualify for the next round, four years later he competed in the 5000 metres at the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona, he finished 14th in heat, therefore did not qualify for the final.==References==Category:Athletes (track... read more

Chris Mole

Christopher David Mole (born 16 March 1958) is a British Labour Party politician, who was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ipswich from a by-election in 2001 , after the death of by-election in 2001Jamie Cann , and was re-elected in 2005 . He was 2005Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the 2005Parliamentary Under Secretary of StateDepartment for Transport , until his defeat in the 2010 general election by 2010 general electionBen Gummer , son of former MP 2010 general electionBen... read more

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