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Mohave also Mojave (mo-hä´vê)
plural Mohave or Mohaves also Mojave or Mojaves
1. a. A Native American people inhabiting lands along the lower Colorado River on the Arizona-California border. b. A member of this people.
2. The Yuman language of the Mohave.
Mojave Desert also Mohave
An arid region of southern California southeast of the Sierra Nevada. Once part of an ancient inland sea, the desert was formed by volcanic action and by materials deposited by the Colorado River.
Mojave Desert (mo-hä´vê) or Mohave Desert, arid area, SE California, part of the Sonoran section of the Basin and Range physiographic division of the western U.S. It is warm throughout the year, but with marked diurnal temperature changes, and receives an average annual rainfall of 5 in. (12.7 cm), mostly in winter. Joshua Tree National Monument preserves the region's unique ecosystem.
film _The Doors_ (vhs/ntsc) (1991) directed by Oliver Stone
Kyle McLachlan as Ray
Manzarek: "what happened to you out there in the desert?"
Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison: "ecstasy..."
|Star Wars duel, defeated in the desert|
Three astronauts have returned from this first space flight. Major Gart is hospitalized with a broken leg. The other two, Colonels Harrington and Forbes head for a bar. Harrington gets a strange feeling and calls his parents. They inform him they have no son. Harrington then disappears, with nobody remembering him but Forbes. When Forbes tells Gart what happened, Gart says he doesn't remember Harrington either. Forbes runs out the door screaming, "I don't want this to happen!" When Gart gets to the door, Forbes has disappeared. Then Gart and their ship vanishes, wiping the last evidence of their existence off the face of the Earth.
"Once upon a time, there was a man named Harrington, a man named Forbes, a man named Gart. They used to exist, but don't any longer. Someone - or something - took them somewhere. At least they are no longer a part of the memory of man. And as to the X-20 supposed to be housed here in this hangar, this too does not exist. And if any of you have any questions concerning an aircraft and three men who flew her, speak softly of them... and only in the Twilight Zone."