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MESASMiddle Eastern and South Asian Studies (Emory University; Atlanta, GA)
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Across the mesa we went, to stop at last before a large pile of rocks in which an opening appeared.
My guard conducted me far-ther into the mesa, where we came presently to a tiny depression or valley, at one end of which gushed a warm spring.
The common stock offering and the notes offering are being made pursuant to Mesas shelf registration statement (including a base prospectus) and separate preliminary prospectus supplements related to each offering (together with such base prospectus, each a prospectus), all of which Mesa filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Se desarrollaron 16 mesas de trabajo y discusion alrededor de las tematicas: MESA 1: "Historia de las instituciones educativas de educacion superior desde su modelo instituyente e instituido: comunidades docentes, alumnado, leyes normas, gobierno, poder, demografia y tendencias de permanencia, cambios, crisis y resistencia.
My America, Heritage Dictionary says that a mesa is a broad, flat-topped elevation with one or more cliff-like sides, common in the Southwest United States, and that the word is Spanish, meaning 'table.' A butte is defined as 'a hill that rises abruptly from the surrounding area, has sloping sides and a flat top,' and the word derives from the old French word meaning 'mound behind targets.' I can't help wondering--what targets?
The Martian mesas lie behind craters and consist of finely spaced horizontal layers, which also suggests they were deposited by a flow of water.
At the Midlands MESAS Workshop students could build a model rocket to take home, build a toy boat to take home, study the human heart, get slimed in chemistry, use chemistry to make earrings, see sound for the first time, create their own home page, or study the DNA of an orange and much more.