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  • noun Plural form of elevation.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Salsa macha, the table salsa found in nearly every restaurant and home in Orizaba and other Veracruz towns with higher elevations, is a direct descendent of African cooking.

    Immigrant Cooking in Mexico: The Afromestizos of Veracruz

  • Salsa macha, the table salsa found in nearly every restaurant and home in Orizaba and other Veracruz towns with higher elevations, is a direct descendent of African cooking.

    Immigrant Cooking in Mexico: The Afromestizos of Veracruz

  • Salsa macha, the table salsa found in nearly every restaurant and home in Orizaba and other Veracruz towns with higher elevations, is a direct descendent of African cooking.

    Immigrant Cooking in Mexico: The Afromestizos of Veracruz

  • ~ Extra Cortisol Protects Women's Mood Under Stress -- "Although chronic stress, which brings long-term elevations of cortisol in the bloodstream, can weaken the immune system and induce depression, this new study adds to mounting evidence that cortisol given near in time to a physical or psychological stress may lessen the stressor's emotional impact."

    Speedlinking 2/13/07

  • This wild grass is called teosinte and is thought to be the ancestor of what today is called Zea Mays or corn and still grows in elevations between 400 - 1700 meters in Michoacan and Jalisco, Mexico.

    **Seeds of Grass**

  • Mar. 1969, condensed to patterns with terrain elevations of 600 meters or more ...

    Smith, David R.

  • Mar. 1969, condensed to patterns with terrain elevations of 600 meters or more ...

    Bobe, Raymond E.

  • Mar. 1969, condensed to patterns with terrain elevations of 600 meters or more ...

    Barnes, Charles R.

  • Mar. 1969, condensed to patterns with terrain elevations of 600 meters or more ...

    Foster, Marvin L.

  • Mar. 1969, condensed to patterns with terrain elevations of 600 meters or more ...

    Batt, Michael L.

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