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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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Ryanair announces cuts at London Stansted, temporary base closures.
In September, after two months of exploratory work, CPT established a temporary base in northern Iraq.
Mr Wright was given the agonising decision of postponing the ceremony after months of preparation, or having the memorial placed on a temporary base and taken down immediately afterwards.
When the news of Holland's victory broke as the England players and staff were having dinner at their temporary base in the Lowry Hotel in Manchester, they all plunged into a group embrace.
Army to ship Jack Daniels-flavored coffee to a combat post in Iraq, Bob Meskin, national sales manager for First Colony Coffee & Tea, sent 200 2-ounce brick packages to a temporary base on the presidential grounds near Baghdad International Airport.
Panama will provide, in two stages, US$1.185 million as part of the initial US$4.3 million budget for the works of FTAA's temporary base, said Panamanian Commerce and Industry Minister Joaquin Jacome.
The "clusters" have a temporary base local to their homes with basic equipment to support critical functions.
Equi-Power has a temporary base in Plean where they currently provide opportunities for equestrian vaulting, horse riding, equine assisted learning and volunteering.
"We are in the process of constructing the temporary base; this is expected to be completed before 30 June 2018," he said.
Ano said their last information about Hapilon was he was being carried by four Abu Sayyaf members transferring from one temporary base to another in the hinterlands of Butig.

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