A highly spiced Mexican sauce made chiefly from chili peppers and chocolate, served with meat
gram molecule: the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; the basic unit of amount of substance adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
counterspy: a spy who works against enemy espionage
spicy sauce often containing chocolate
a small congenital pigmented spot on the skin
breakwater: a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away
small velvety-furred burrowing mammal having small eyes and fossorial forefeet
Moles are the majority of the members of the mammal family Talpidae in the order Soricomorpha. Although moles burrow, some species are semi-aquatic. Moles have cylindrical bodies covered in fur while the ears are generally not visible. ...
A mole is a massive structure, usually of stone, used as a pier, breakwater, or junction between places separated by water.
Mole was a fictional character in the . His first appearance was in X-Factor (vol. 1) #51 (February 1990).
A mole (also called a defector in place, an informant and in the Mafia a rat) is a spy who works for an enemy nation, but whose loyalty ostensibly lies with his own nation's government. ...
Mole is a fictional character from the animated children's television series The Animals of Farthing Wood, based upon the books of the same name by author Colin Dann.
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A Mexican sauce that usually contains unsweetened chocolate, among other things; A dish featuring this sauce
(moles) small skin marks caused by pigment-producing cells in the skin.
(Moles (nevi)) Moles are common harmless skin lesions. Moles (melanocytic nevi) may be flat or protruding. They vary in color from pink flesh tones to dark brown or black. The number of moles a person has depends on genetic factors and on sun exposure. ...
(Moles) A discolored spot from birth, elevated above the surface of the skin. Tying a string around a mole to remove it is not recommended.
(Moles) Animals that live under the lawn, they create damage by pushing heaps of soil up onto the lawn surface.
(Moles) These pests may be destroyed by placing in their runs worms that have been kept for some time in mould to which carbonate of barytes has been added.
(Moles) To dream of moles, indicates secret enemies. To dream of catching a mole, you will overcome any opposition and rise to prominence. To see moles, or such blemishes, on the person, indicates illness and quarrels.
(moles) (in mole (skin disease))
(moles) Areas of pigmentation, darker than the surrounding skin, and often raised. Harmless moles are usually less than about 5 millimetres across and have well-defined edges. A change to a mole or the appearance of a new one could indicate cancer. ...
(moles) Definition: A mole is a clump of pigment cells in the skin. Moles usually appear as flat brown marks during childhood and early adult life. They gradually change as time goes by often becoming more raised and paler, some go away completely. ...
A spicy, rich sauce consisting of nuts, seeds, spices, chilies and a small amount of chocolate.
The mole is the basic unit of substance. It is the amount of substance that contains as many elementary units as there are atoms in 0.012 kg of carbon-12.
The term mole is short for the name gram-molar-weight; it is not a shortened form of the word molecule. (However, the word molecule does also derive from the word molar.) See: Avogadro’s constant.