Definition of Molines
1. Noun. (plural of moline) ¹
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Definition of Molines
1. moline [n] - See also: moline
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Literary usage of Molines
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1. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1894)
"»ve been a son of William molines. Ile was a student when he wrote these notes, and nothing further is known of him. [Archives of St. Thomas's and St. ..."
2. The New England Company of 1649 and John Eliot: The Ledger for the Years by George Parker Winship (1920)
"CWm molines: Cancelled] That Mr Trer Mr Hutchinson Mr Babington Mr molines ... Wm Puckle John Rolfe Thomas Bell Richd Hutchinson Willm molines That it bee ..."
3. A Constitutional History of the House of Lords by Luke Owen Pike (1894)
"Thus it is commonly said that Robert Hungerford was summoned to Parliament as Lord molines in the twenty-third year of Henry VI, because he had married ..."
4. The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis, Léopold Delisle, Guizot (François) (1854)
"... with the whole fief of molines. He was too fond of vain and empty glory, in pursuit of which he was guilty of indiscriminate slaughter. ..."
5. English Heraldry: With Four Hundred and Fifty Illus. Drawn and Engraved on by Charles Boutell (1907)
"23 : this same shield—Az., a Cross moline or, is borne by DE molines or MOLYNEUX, No. 97. ... Arms of De molines. Arms of Bishop Anthony Bee. ..."
6. The House of Howard by Gerald Brenan, Edward Phillips Statham (1907)
"Baroness molines in her own right, who was married in 1441 to Robert, Lord Hungerford, then a child of ten years. Hungerford was afterwards summoned in ..."
7. Scrambles Amongst the Alps: In the Years 1860-'69 by Edward Whymper (1872)
"NATURAL PILLAR NEAR molines (WEATHER ACTION). village of molines, but on the opposite side of the valley, a remarkable natural pillar, in form not unlike a ..."
8. Pilgrim Alden: The Story of the Life of the First John Alden in America with by Augustus Ephraim Alden (1902)
"THE ALDEN AND molines ARMS. HE use of armorial bearings to distinguish family and rank arose some time during the Twelfth century. ..."