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BASE. Something low; inferior. This word is frequently used in composition; as base court, base estate, base fee, &c.

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The men were caught after customs officers searched baggage and discovered the heroin when Ul Basar arrived at Manchester Airport on April 11 from Lahore, Pakistan.
'Procedurally, normally, sometimes there would be a partial proclamation, as to compared to the 2013 election and 2016 election, because the votes garnered by the principal, would be impossible to be equaled by those behind,' Basar, speaking partly in Filipino, told reporters.
Field sources reported that the army forces have isolated al-Lajah, one of the most important terrorist bases, from other villages in the South and East of Dara'a, fully surrounding the town of Basar al-Harir.
Guggenheim Foundation, New York and moderated by Shummon Basar, writer critic, London, the speakers addressed the question of how museums were fast dying in a time of economic turmoil.
Middlesbrough drugs unit and team leader Inspector Mel Ashley received the award for an investigation code-named Operation Basar.
Murray, from Sidcup, Kent, has been charged in Morocco with three other Brits - Paul Allen, Mustafa Basar and Gary Armitage.
Meanwhile, Dr Noor ul Basar Aman Assistant Professor, Department of Pashto, UoM attended the
The other suspects were identified as Lauril Susulan, Basar Saudan, Jipy Susulan and Salma Saudan.