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flat tableland with steep edges

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a city in Arizona just to the east of Phoenix

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In an emotional 40-minute televised address on March 7, Mesa announced his intent to resign and addressed opposition leaders by name.
Grand Mesa was tested in the national Cooperative Dry Bean Nursery (CDBN) that included observations and measurements from 20 locations throughout the US and Canada during 2001.
According to the company, MESA builds on this strategy for growth by delivering a multi-enterprise architecture that goes beyond traditional business-to-business (B2B) integration, web services and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) to extend the value of service-oriented architectures (SOAs) outside the enterprise.
Coyote (who is heroically persistent) was falling off a mesa or a butte.
Currently, in Costa Mesa, dance presentations share the premises (which include the 250-seat Founders Hall) with the Pacific Symphony, Opera Pacific, the Pacific Chorale, and a full roster of jazz, cabaret, classical music, and theater artists.
Dominique Labrunye, Director of Process and Equipment Engineering at STMicroelectronics, Crolles, said, "The exceptional performance of the Applied Mirra Mesa system with Nova integrated metrology has shown capability to increase the productivity of our dual damascene copper CMP process.
On one side of the legal tangle is the city of Mesa, angling every way it can to broaden its discretionary power to seize private property for whatever purpose it pleases.
At 53 square miles, the Mesa, as it's known locally, is the world's largest flat-topped mountain.
Mesa Cold Storage (MCS) provides value-added warehousing, transportation and distribution services in the Southwestern United States, including Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, California, Utah, Texas, and Mexico.
De Mesa outlined the attitude that has prevailed in the Catholic Church for centuries and retains a prominent position in the missiology of Pope John Paul II, namely that tradition is the best guide to faith, especially when negotiating the interaction of the gospel and culture.
Mesa Cold Storage's expansion of cold storage capacity along with its distribution capability enables customers deeper penetration into existing markets as well as expansion into new markets.
For the Mesa Police Department, spiraling crime rates in the city's numerous apartment communities presented a particularly demanding problem.
For the past 15 years, they have been digging for clues about these ancient people on a mesa, a barren ridge, overlooking a deserted valley in northern Alaska.