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Mensa International

organization whose members have IQs in the top two percent of the general population. [Am. Pop. Culture: EB, VI: 793]
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Further, increased availability of electricity supply will help spur growth of its productive uses in the region, leading to inclusive growth and sustainable development," said Rohit Mittal, Senior Energy Specialist and Kwawu Mensan Gaba, Lead Energy Specialist and World Bank's Task Team leaders for the project.
Greece), QBE Insurance Group Limited (United Kingdom), Mittal Steel (Netherlands), Duferco (Switzerland), and Titan Group (Greece), Marquardt (Germany), Coficab (Tunis), Mensan Otomotiv (Turkey), Endava (UK), Apple Land (Dubai), Anthura (Netherlands), Istem Medical (Turkey), ODW-Elektrik (Germany), Key Safety System (USA), Amphenol (USA), KPME (Ukraine), Teknohose (Italy), Prodis (Russia), Grishko (Russia), VPTEX (Netherlands).
Mensa magazine editor Brian Page yesterday described him as "the archetypal Mensan - pondering every option and angle.
Using dominoes, worms, and rain clouds as themes and cross sums and square numbers, these exercises provide a brain workout suitable for any Mensan or Mensawannabee.
Jackie, whose daughter Jessica is currently at university and whose son Dale, 23, also a Mensan, has just graduated, has three jobs.
uk British Mensa has about 20,000 members of all ages and from all walks of life, but there are more than a million potential Mensans in the UK.
But you can go into a gathering of Mensans and you don't have to explain yourself.
What almost all Mensans have in common is the desire to make contact with other lively minds - in person, in print or online - and enjoy being both entertained and informed.
There are currently more than 110,000 Mensans in 100 countries, while those living in a country without a recognised national group, join the umbrella group of Mensa International.
There are Mensans for whom Mensa provides a sense of family, and others for whom it is a casual social activity.
Like Mensans, we are by nature distrustful of authority and of organization.