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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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It's pretty funny, because normally bassets don't run and the meatballs don't exactly roll straight,'' Smith said.
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.
Basset brethren for the annual Michigan Basset Rescue
Where: The Basset Waddle begins at the Baldwin Library in downtown
Says Bob Basset, "we were really nailed by the VLTs and had a challenge on our hands.
Says Fred Basset, "Our video games, like Mortal Combat, and pinball machines, took at real shellacking.
Hush Puppies Bean Bag Bassets by Applause are available at gift, card, video/CD, department, airport, toy and hospital gift shops as well as bookstores.
The basset hound plush bean bags are uniquely designed with expressive eyes for unique character and emotional appeal.
Drool and dog flesh were in ample supply Saturday, at a basset hound show featuring kissing contests and agility trials, all to raise money for Glendale's float in the Rose Parade.
The city's float will feature a behemoth basset hound - eight tons, 23 feet tall - and the slogan, ``Havin' Fun Yet?
Even the dogs had their day at the Doo Dah Parade on Sunday, with teams of pugs and dressed up basset hounds that walked or napped in wagons along the route.
Bill James, a Lakewood resident and organizer of Basset Rescue, said before the parade that he was expecting the dogs would howl the ``Hallelujah Chorus,'' but the droopy-eyed dogs' unpredictability was always a factor.