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MESE. An ancient word used to signify house, probably from the French maison; it is said that by this word the buildings, curtilage, orchards and gardens will pass. Co. Litt. 56.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Our network of authorised Genie distributors in MESAR is growing steadily.
Menendez Pidal writes: "Mesar la barba a uno, o arrancarle de ella mechones, era una injuria corriente que las leyes castigaban con grandes multas" (101).
Como si no fuera suficiente, anadio que su padre habia nacido en Surrey Inglaterra, y que mesar de que su madre fuera nativa de NSW sus padres eran, respectivamente, nativos de Kent y de Sussex".
(21) Thus for a man's beard to be plucked, pulled, or cut was not only a gross insult but also an offront to his masculinity: 'mesar la barba o tirar de las orejas significa tanto como poner en cueson la hombria y en algunos fueros estas injurias se catalogan como equivalentes a tocar los testiculos', or as Peter Linehan says 'penalties for beard-plucking were on a par with those for wilful castration'.
Paul Wrobel, QinetiQ's director of naval programmes, said: "The ARTIST programme builds on the UK team's significant track record in maritime radar research, which includes the Multifunction Electronically Scanned Adaptive Radar (MESAR) programmes and the Sampson radar system.