?470–?391 bc, Chinese religious philosopher; his teaching, expounded in the book Mo-Zi, emphasizes love, frugality, avoidance of aggressive war, and submission to Heaven
- Mozilla foundation
body, World-Wide Web, open source The body set up by Netscape in January 1998 to coordinate development of the Mozilla browser and to provide a point of contact. Mozilla Home (http://mozilla.org/). (2005-01-26)
- Mozilla public license
open source license
[moh-zoh] /ˈmoʊ zoʊ/ noun, plural mozos. Southwestern U.S. 1. a waiter or male household servant.
[mot-suh-rel-luh, moht-] /ˌmɒt səˈrɛl lə, ˌmoʊt-/ noun 1. a mild, white, semisoft Italian cheese. /ˌmɒtsəˈrɛlə/ noun 1. a moist white Italian curd cheese made originally from buffalo milk n. 1911, Italian cheese originally made in Naples area, from Italian mozzarella, diminutive of mozza, a kind of cheese, from mozzare “to cut off,” from mozzo “blunt,” […]