- v work hard
- v be agitated
- v moisten or soil
Her tears moiled the letter
- Amid Homeric moil and treachery the city of Shanghai changed hands, last week, falling to China's best detested War Lord, Chang Tsung-chang, called "Chang of Shantung.
- Said the lean old man: "The Tremolin coal trust, c'est moil" Then Gardon led the reporter to his backyard to see the mine fields.
- Across a bridge and a pond is Erickson's most controversial creation: the courthouse, an airy, elegant edifice that opens the murky moil of the law to the light and the public .
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- Book Review: How to Tell a Story and Other Essays by Mark Twain
Book Review: How to Tell a Story and Other Essays by Mark Twain Seattle Post-Intelligencer Copyright 2012 Seattle Post-Intelligencer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Published 09:51 p.m., Tuesday, July 17, 2012 How to Tell a Story is an attempt at humor, a collection of essays thrown together in the midst of Twain's emotional moil ...
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