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basset

[′bas·ət]
(geology)
The outcropping edge of a layer of rock exposed to the surface.
(vertebrate zoology)
A French breed of short-legged hunting dogs with long ears and a typical hound coat.
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his arrival, Cardinal Bassette entered into the Church of St.
Bassette ended the futility with a bank shot with 3:43 remaining.
He is survived by one son, Paul Poulin of Taylors, SC; three daughters, Cherie Poulin of Powdersville, SC, Rhonda Vayens of Columbus, GA, and Gena Bassette of Leesburg, FL; two brothers, Bob Poulin of Oceanside, CA, and Ronald Poulin of Charlton, MA; and six grandchildren.
Patricia Bassette of Tucker Lane has been a strong supporter of getting the town to plow private roads again.
Resident Patricia Bassette attempted to amend the budget to include $35,000 from the stabilization fund to pay for the plowing of private roads.
The question was put on the ballot because of the efforts of Patricia Bassette, who decried the town's decision in 2005 to stop its custom of plowing private roads.