Filling a multidimensional array as a constant

I have an array MyArray[1..140,1..6] of String, and as all the data is constant I want to hard-wire it as a constant.  What is the syntax for filling the array at design time.  (I know how to do it for one dimension, but not two!)
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  MyArray: array[1..3,1..2] of string = (('1A','1B'),('2a','2b'),('3a','3b'));

just change the numbers and fill in the data according to the pattern!
Or, perhaps this example makes it even easier:

  MyArray: array[1..3,1..6] of string =

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jdthedjAuthor Commented:
Thanks Joseph!
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