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Mo·ho

 (mō′hō′)
n.
The Mohorovičić discontinuity.

Moho

(ˈməʊhəʊ)
n
(Geological Science) short for Mohorovičić discontinuity
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Noun1.Moho - the boundary between the Earth's crust and the underlying mantle; "the Mohorovicic discontinuity averages 5 miles down under oceans and 20 miles down under continents"
geology - a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
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MOHO has an established evidence base to support how different theoretical constructs relate to each other (Barris, Dickie & Baron, 1988; Ebb, Coster & Duncombe, 1989; Hallet, Zasler, Maurer & Cash, 1994; Lederer, Kielhofner & Watts, 1985; Peterson et al.
Sina ha li mueteleli mwalikalulo ze peli za ofisi ye zwakanyize moho za Zwelopili ya Libaka za Matakanyani ni Pukelezo ya za Naheni (IRDNC) mwa Katima Mulilo, Janeti ki ya ongaonga za kamaiso ya limbule za basali, kamaiso ya ofisi ni kufa lituso mo ku swanehela kaufela.
The OBelize, Barrier Reef and RoatanO itinerary includes Utila, Moho Cay, Southwater Cay and others.
The other includes Utila, Moho Cay and Southwater Cay and others.
The Moho Nord Marine-4 well, in which Chevron Overseas Limited holds a 31.
The group is working in partnership with the nonprofit organization Committed Partners for Youth, the Hoodoo Mountain Ski Area and the city of Eugene's Multi-Cultural Outdoor High School Opportunities program, or MOHO, to bring 10 lucky teens to the slopes on three different dates.
Nevertheless, Hrafiti ta fresky moho khramu should be circulated, since the debates it is bound to create can only bring attention to the avant-garde literary scene and to the direction it is heading.
The perspective is enlarged by chapters on Moho Cay, at the mouth of the Belize River, and on the small centre of Pacbitun and the larger one of El Pilar, which lie in the hills south and north of the Valley respectively; there is also one on the enormous site of Caracol--a major player in the now well documented Maya warfare of the sixth through eighth centuries--which, although some way to the south, undoubtedly influenced the lives of the valley communities even if their nearest potent polity was Naranjo, not far to the west.