Moxon may refer to:

  • Moxon Huddersfield, a British textile manufacturer of luxury worsted and woollen cloth
  • Moxon & Kobrin, a law firm located in Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Moxon antenna, a rectangular two-element array antenna often homebuilt by Amateur radio enthusiasts

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Other articles related to "moxon":

Moxon - People With The Surname - Fictional
... Lew Moxon, character in the DC Comics Batman series. ...
Moxon Huddersfield - History
... Moxon Sons" and was located at Springfield Mills, Kirkburton, near Huddersfield ... Moxon was one the first British weavers to replace British Dobcross looms with wider Swiss Sulzer looms ... In the early 1960s, after the retirement of Matthew Moxon, it was part of the Tulketh Group, which went into receivership in the early 1970s ...
Martyn Moxon
... Martyn Douglas Moxon (born 4 May 1960, Stairfoot, Barnsley, Yorkshire) is a former English cricketer, who played ten Tests and eight One Day Internationals for England and appeared for Yorkshire for ... On 8 May 2007, Moxon was confirmed as Director of Professional Cricket at Yorkshire ... Before turning professional Moxon worked for Barclays Bank ...
Lew Moxon - Place in Continuity
... During the Golden Age of Comic Books, Lew Moxon was established as the man who hired Joe Chill to kill Bruce Wayne's parents ... During the Silver and Bronze Age of Comic Books, the Lew Moxon story remained canonical for tales set on Earth Two ... For several years no mention is made of Moxon's role regards the origin of Batman on Earth One - that is until the Len Wein written mini-series, The Untold Legend of the Batman ...
Lew Moxon - Fictional Character Biography - Golden / Silver Age Version
... gunpoint, to meet racketeer and bank robber Lew Moxon, who orders Wayne to remove a bullet from his shoulder ... Wayne carries out the operation before overpowering Moxon and his men ... Moxon is arrested and sentenced to 10 years in prison for armed robbery as he is taken away, he swears revenge on Thomas Wayne ...