There will be inevitable consequences, which mold the future.
As hard as it would be to push her closer to the mold of what a nishani would be, it would be well worth it.
She turned, startled to find the man in front her of the same make and mold as Damian's men.
That simple, modest, and therefore truly great, figure could not be cast in the false mold of a European hero--the supposed ruler of men--that history has invented.
Mahald, later Mold and Maud), in Latin Matildis or Matilda.
Its important collieries and lead mines; fire-brick, tile, earthenware, mineral oil, tinplate and nail manufactures, tanneries, breweries and malt-houses, have made Mold the business centre of the county.
From April 1799 to December 1801 six numbers of a Welsh magazine called Trysorfa Ysprydol (Spiritual Treasury) were edited by Thomas Jones of Mold and himself; in March 1809 the first number of the second volume appeared, and the twelfth and last in November 1813.