MESA

A suite of standardised wireless technologies - covering bit rates well beyond 2 Mb/s - for mobile access initially targetted on peace-keeping and public safety. ProjectMESA is a TIA / ETSI collaboration using WLAN and BRAN ideas amongst others.

Mesa

Table
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Mesa

Table
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Flat-topped elevation with one or more cliff-like sides.
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A broad, flattop, erosional hill or mountain, commonly bounded by steep slopes.
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A table-top (flat) mountain or hill.
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[n] - flat tableland with steep edges 2. [n] - a city just east of Phoenix
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Me'sa .... [ Spanish ] A high tableland; a plateau on a hill. [ Southwestern U.S.] Bartlett.
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table noun flat tableland with steep edges; `the tribe was relatively safe on the mesa but they had to descend into the valley for water`
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• (/.) A high tableland; a plateau on a hill.
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city, Maricopa county, south-central Arizona, U.S. The name is Spanish for `tabletop` or `tableland.` A southeastern suburb of Phoenix, the site was ...
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(Spanish: `table`), flat-topped tableland with one or more steep sides, common in the Colorado Plateau regions of the United States; a butte is ...
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A flat topped hill that rises sharply above the surrounding landscape. The top of this hill is usually capped by a rock formation that is more resistant to weathering and erosion.
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Broad, flat-topped hill rounded by cliffs and capped with a resistant rock layer.
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Mesa Verde National Park. View looking down a V-shaped erosional canyon between mesa. Sandstone forms the canyon rim and the cap rock of the mesa. Credit: USGS A flat-topped, steep-sided, table-like mountain (mesa is Spanish for 'table') capped with a formation or stratum, which is relatively hor...
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mesa (mā'su) [Span.,=table], name given in the SW United States to a small, isolated tableland or a flat-topped hill. Two or more of the sides are steep and usually perpendicular and some have all four sides practically perpendicular. Their bold lines make them a picturesque part of the la...
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Mesa (mā'su) , city (1990 pop. 288,091), Maricopa co., S central Ariz., in the irrigated Salt River valley; inc. 1883. Electronic components, fabricated metals, aircraft, and machine tools are among its various manufactures. One of the fastest-growing U.S. cities, Mesa's population has mor...
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In geography, a mesa is a flat, table-like mass with steep sides all round. Eventually, by wearing away, mesas becomes buttes.
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Flat-topped, steep-sided plateau, consisting of horizontal weak layers of rock topped by a resistant formation; in particular, those found in the desert areas of the USA and Mexico. A small mesa is called a butte
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[computer graphics] Mesa is a collection of free and open-source libraries that implement several rendering as well as video acceleration APIs related to hardware-accelerated 3D rendering, 3D computer graphics and GPGPU, the most prominent being OpenGL. Mesa is hosted at freedesktop.org and used on Linux, BSD and other operating systems. Ad...
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A mesa (Portuguese and Spanish for table) is the American English term for tableland, an elevated area of land with a flat top and sides that are usually steep cliffs. It takes its name from its characteristic table-top shape. It may also be called a table hill, table-topped hill or table mountain. It is larger than a butte, which it otherwise res...
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[programming language] Mesa was an innovative programming language developed in the late 1970s at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in Palo Alto, California, United States. The language name was a pun based upon the programming language catchphrases of the time, because Mesa is a `high level` programming language. Mesa is an ALGOL-like la...
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A land formation, less extensive than a plateau, having steep walls and a relatively flat top.
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A flat-topped, steep-sided highland capped with a resistant rock formation. A mesa is smaller than a plateau but larger than a butte.
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Mesa is a Portuguese name for girls. The meaning is `gracious` The name Mesa is most commonly given to Dutch girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) Mesa is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands The name sounds like: Macy, Maci, Maisy, Missy See also: Savannah, Sierra
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