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MOSEN (MOSES), JULIUS – German poet; born at Marieney, Saxony, July 3, 1803; died at Oldenburg Oct. 10, 1867. He was educated at Plauen, and studied law at the University of Jena; but the death of his father interrupted his studies, and, after...
MOSENTHAL, SOLOMON HERMANN VON – Austrian dramatist and poet; born at Cassel, Hesse-Nassau, Germany, Jan. 14, 1821; died at Vienna Feb. 17, 1877. He attended the gymnasium at Cassel and the Polytechnicum in Carlsruhe. He soon withdrew, however, and in 1841 went...
MOSER – An informer, denunciator, or delator; synonyms are "masor" (abstract, "mesirah"), "delator" ( ), and "malshin" (abstract, "malshinut"), from the last of which are derived the Portuguese "malsim," and also the Spanish "malsin,"...