11, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the Mojave Veterans Memorial Cross rose again to its original glory and stature, made of steel pipe and standing seven-feet high overlooking Sunrise Rock in the Mojave National Preserve where it was first erected in 1934 to honor fallen WWI comrades.
What does MOJA stand for?
MOJA stands for Mojave National Preserve (US National Park Service)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of MOJA
- Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources (Egypt)
- Machine On Job
- Mak on Jer (Malaysian slang)
- Memorandum of Justification
- Metering Over Junction
- Ministries of Jesus (Edmond, OK; Henderon Hills Baptist Church; healing center)
- Ministry of Justice (various countries)
- Miscarriage of Justice
- Mojave (Amtrak station code; Mojave, CA)
- Moment of Joy
- Movement for Justice in Africa
- Men of Justice and Compassion Association (Ogden, UT)
- Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
- Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs (Mongolia)
- Ministry of Justice and Human Rights (various countries)
- Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology
- Multiple Overlapping K-Space Junctions for Investigating Translating Objects
- Miscarriages of Justice Organisation (UK)
- Mother Jones (magazine)
- Movie Journal (website)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The fight over the cross in the Mojave National Preserve ended with an agreement for a land swap.
A desert dandelion, coaxed through sandy soil by warm temperatures and rainfall, blooms in Mojave National Preserve.
Safari Club International and the California Department of Fish and Game received permission from the Mojave National Preserve and the U.
During the same period, the groups have successfully argued that crosses on public land must be removed - or forced public entities to give up their ownership of land with crosses - in Ventura, Simi Valley and the Mojave National Preserve, Calif.
Among them is the promotion at a Grand Canyon bookstore of a "creationist" text, which takes a biblical view of the canyon's formation; the reinstatement of biblical plaques within the canyon; and an ongoing legal battle to display an eight-foot cross at the Mojave National Preserve in California.
The sand in dunes west of the Colorado River, including those in Kelso Dunes in the Mojave National Preserve, is rich in feldspar.
The "10 Most Endangered National Parks" list published by the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) includes some that incidentally attract poachers, including Mojave National Preserve (barrel cactus), Big Cypress National Preserve (saw palmetto berries) and Great Smoky Mountains National Park (ginseng).