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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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But with original manuscripts largely lost and the published versions being amended for the clarinet as we know it today, so to play the basset versions a good deal of research has recently been necessary to real-ise Mozart's intentions.
Hartman of Spencer, intake coordinator for New England Basset Hound Rescue, which is based in New Hampshire, envisioned owning a massive, fluffy dog until she happened upon a sick little basset hound 20 years ago.
Then we went swimming, and after dinner we went back to the Bertie Basset suite and went to bed.
And she is furious that he is posing as the owner of her basset.
TOGETHER AGAIN: Alma Basset and Norma Vass catch up on old times
Giaka told the court that Fahima had kept explosives in his drawer in the airport office since 1986 and stated, `Fahima told me he had had 10 kilograms of TNT delivered by Abdel Basset (Megrahi).
AAEC president Brain Basset, the Seattle Times editorial cartoonist who moderated the June 4 session, noted that the political conventions this summer may be more interesting than usual because of the Ross Perot factor.
So Smith, along with friend Tami Clements, naturally was moved to establish a basset hound sanctuary in Acton called Daphneyland, where she coexists with about 40 yelping, playful, short-legged fans.
Being a basset hound means he's a kleptomaniac so everything in the house has to be above dog height
Strong sales of key brands around the world helped to offset a fall in profits at their Trebor Basset business.
Every week cuddly guinea pigs and a flop-eared basset hound called Tabitha work their amazing animal magic by cheering up children at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital.