Examples of mesa in a Sentence
a mesa in the Arizona desert
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Martha Stewart Living would send him on these dream assignments, like to a Shaker farm, or a pueblo on top of a mesa, or a hunt for tiled silos.
Every moment brought something new: a stunning vista, a mountain pass, an abandoned ghost town, an expansive mesa.
According to legend, Dead Horse Point State Park got its name around the turn of the century, after some mustangs were left corralled on a mesa top without access to water.
The town sits on a plain between a mesa and a ridge, next to a border fence still under construction.
Rich’s appointment was praised by Inder Verma, a cancer biologist at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, which is part of the famed life-science mesa that’s anchored by UC San Diego.
Peerwani said King’s mesa colon, the mesentery that supplies blood to the colon, was cut likely a week before his death.
Surrounding it is a landscape of desert, mesas and blue sky, which served as muse for artists such as painter Georgia O’Keefe and photographer Ansel Adams.
Signal Landmark, a real estate developer, is requesting amendments to the land use and zoning classifications on half of the 5-acre Windward site on the Bolsa Chica mesa for 36 townhome units, a city staff report says.
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Origin and Etymology of mesa
First Known Use: 1840See Words from the same year
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Definition of mesa for English Language Learners
: a hill that has a flat top and steep sides and that is found in the southwestern U.S.
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