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mesc

(mɛsk)
n. mescaline, a hallucinatory substance. (Drugs.) Tiffany is totally hooked on mesc. I don’t know where she gets it.
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A regular exhibitor at Adipec, MESC says it has consistently secured new partnerships at the previous shows.
Abdulaziz Al Namlah, Chairman and the Board Executive Director of MESC, said that the reason behind choosing Ras Al Khaimah to set up the plant was the infrastructural facilities and the competitive advantage offered by the emirate as an investor 
friendly destination.
According to its annual report of 2008, export-oriented MESC generated sales of SR 1.
MESC Fujikura, a subsidiary company 56% owned by MESC had got contract to supply medium voltage cables to Princess Noura Bint AbdulRahman University in Riyadh for 40 million riyals.
The Third Circuit found that the plan terms did not require Philips to credit employees for all their service with MESC.
The new manufacturing facility gives a further boost to MESC group products and to the economic growth of the region.
of Abu Dhabi, according to the terms of the the contract, the Emirate firm would build a cable manufacturing factory for MESC in the State of Ras Al Khaima.
The product range including power distribution cables, power supply cables, cable trays, cross arms and accessories would support the MESC Group's plan for "continuous strong growth in line with its leading position among the world's leaders in cables manufacturing and in the context of growing use and demand for power cables in the region.
Recently-arrived persons holding degree-level qualifications born in MESC countries do almost as well in the labour market as do similarly qualified Australia-born persons.
a leading systems integrator offering network consulting services and unified network solutions, announced today that the Mohave Educational Services Cooperative (MESC) has awarded the company a contract that establishes Vector as an approved telecommunications systems provider for MESC member organizations, which include Arizona schools and government agencies, as well as qualifying non-profit educational and healthcare institutions.
Others are integrating vertically into raw materials, for example, MESC, Jeddah Cables, and Bahra Cable have all made recent investments in polymer compounding capacity, whilst others are integrating into end-user services, such as turnkey project management offered by Riyadh Cables and Saudi Cable.
The inauguration ceremony at the PVC factory was held in the presence of Eng Abdulaziz Al Namlah, chairman and the board executive director of MESC, Abdulaziz Al Duailej, president of MESC, other board members and senior management.
The MESC (Middle East Specialized Cables) Group of companies recently inaugurated its new factory "MESC--Fujikura Cable Company" for medium and high voltage power cables in Amman, Jordan.
MESC was the session's best performer, growing by 5.
Their reported incomes were well below those of their MESC counterparts.