SESAME

acronym: Severe Environmental Storms and Mesoscale Experiment
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SESAME

acronym: Second European Stratospheric Arctic Middle Latitude Experiment
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sesame

[n] - East Indian annual erect herb
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SESAME

(In topic `Security`) SESAME (Secure European System for Applications in a Multi-vendor Environment) is a security specification which resulted from a European research and development project that extended Kerberos by adding authorisation and access services. SESAME is consequently  similar to Kerberos albeit more comprehensive. (see Kerberos).
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SESAME

Second European Stratospheric Arctic and Mid-latitude Experiment. A major European campaign, during 1994 and 1995. More information. See also EASOE.
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Sesame

Ses'a·me noun [ Latin sesamum , sesama , Greek ............, .........: confer French sésame .] (Botany) Either of two annual herbaceous plants of the genus Sesamum ( S. Indicum , and S. orientale ), from the seeds of which an oil is expressed; also,
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sesame

<botany> Either of two annual herbaceous plants of the genus Sesamum (S. Indicum, and S. Orientale), from the seeds of which an oil is expressed; also, the small obovate, flattish seeds of these plants, sometimes used as food. See Benne. Open Sesame, the magical command which opened the door of the robber's den in the Arabian Nights' tale of
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sesame

benne noun East Indian annual erect herb; source of sesame seed or benniseed and sesame oil
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Sesame

(from the article `Yiddish literature`) ...Leyeles, Glatstein had a penchant for exoticism, referring to Nirvana, to a geisha, or to the Arabian Nights. One early poem, Sezame (1921; ...
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sesame

erect, annual plant (Sesamum indicum) of numerous types and varieties belonging to the family Pedaliaceae, cultivated since antiquity for its seeds, ... [1 related articles]
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sesame

sesame (ses'umē) , herb (Sesamum indicum or orientale) cultivated for its seeds since ancient times, found chiefly in the tropics of Africa and Asia. Sesame seeds, also called bennes or gingellies, are black or white and yield an oil that resists turning rancid. The oil (known also as teel...
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Sesame

Sesame is an annual plant of the family Pedaliaceae.
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sesame

Type: Term Pronunciation: ses′ă-mē Definitions: 1. Benne plant, an herb, Sesamum indicum (family Pedaliaceae), the seeds of which are used as a food and as the source of sesame oil.
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sesame

Annual herbaceous plant, probably native to Southeast Asia, and widely cultivated in India. It produces oily seeds used in cooking and soap making. (Sesamum indicum, family Pedaliaceae.)
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Sesame

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