• Moosie Drier

    Moosie Drier (born August 6, 1964) is an American television and film actor. He is best known for his roles as Adam Landers in Oh, God! and Riley on Kids Incorporated . Drier had regular appearances on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In and The Bob Newhart Show . Moosie has also done work as a voice actor and as a director.

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  • Mooste


    Mooste is a small borough in Põlva Parish, Põlva County, Estonia.

  • Mousie

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  • Mossie Carroll

    Mossy Carroll (born 13 June 1957 in Garryspillane, County Limerick ) is an Irish retired sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club Garryspillane and was a member of the Limerick senior inter-county team in the 1970s and 1980s, he also played with Tipperary. Carroll later served as manager of the Limerick and Kerry senior inter-county teams.

  • David Moysie

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  • William and Mousie Powell Award

    The William and Mousie Powell Award is an award given each year since 1986 by the LPGA Tour to a player who "whose behavior and deeds best exemplifies the spirit, ideals and values of the LPGA." The recipient is selected annually by a vote of LPGA Tour members.

  • Mossie Lawlor

    Mossy Lawler (born 5 April 1980) is a former professional rugby union player who currently works as a coach. He primarily played as a wing or fullback, but also covered fly-half and centre. Lawler spent most of his professional career with Munster, playing in the Celtic League and Heineken Cup, and also played three games on a trial period for English Premiership side London Wasps in 2008. After leaving the professional game, he continued to play at amateur level in Ireland for Shannon and UL Bohemians, retiring fully in 2015.

  • Mooste Parish

    Mooste Parish

    Mooste Parish (Estonian: Mooste vald; Võro: Moostõ vald) was a rural municipality of Estonia, in Põlva County. It had a population of 1542 (as of 1 January 2009) and an area of 185.12 km².

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