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A mesa in Monument Valley in Navajo Nation. Har Qatum, a Mesa located on the southern edge of Makhtesh Ramon, Israel.
A table is a butte, flank of a mountain, or mountain, that has a flat top. An example is Mesa Verde, Colorado, where the “flat top” of the mountain is both rolling terrain and cut by numerous deep canyons and arroyos, but whose rims appear quite flat from almost all directions, terminating in cliffs.