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basso

(esp in operatic or solo singing) a singer with a bass voice

basso

[′ba·sō]
(graphic arts)
A printing plate used in electrotyping of currency, made by depositing a layer of nickel, followed by a thick layer of iron.
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Basso examino los mas relevantes documentos desclasificados por diversos organismos estadunidenses, especialmente la CIA y el chileno Departamento de Inteligencia de la Defensa (Dia), que se relacionan con Contreras.
In part three, Basso looks at wartime crisis (a wildcat strike in Butte, local soldiers posted near Black Eagle and women in smelter jobs in Black Eagle, and the fight to exclude women and minority men from production jobs in Anaconda) in each city, which reveal long-held beliefs about race and gender and the ways in which copper men worked to protect their local gender and racial-ethnic order.
From 65 to 70 percent of growers in Argentina will not have to pay any royalties," Basso said, adding that he expects the bill to be send to Congress after October legislative elections.
The rescue by Mr Basso represented a U-turn after he told the ECHO a month before his buy-out that his involvement in the company would be "no more" after losing significant sums of money to previous owners.
We discuss so much of this together and for some reason it just works in this very fluid way," says Basso.
Craig mackail-Smith was looking lively and confident after scoring his first goal for Scotland and only a superb diving save by Basso prevented the Seagulls striker from opening the scoring in the 28th minute.
Basso insists he has no regrets about his move though.
In the 38th minute a wellconstructed move involving Dave Edwards and Zele Ismail led to a shot from James Spray that was only just wide of the mark but in the moments leading up to the break, George Elokobi had to clear off the line from Bednar and Basso had to touch a rising drive from Berahino over the bar.
Basso gets a general 20-1 quote for the Tour de France but market leader Alberto Contador is unlikely to have lost sleep watching the Italian's success.
Basso - who also triumphed in 2006 - was the final rider to roll down the start ramp and he was cheered all the way around the city route by his vociferous home support.
United boss Nigel Adkins opted to relegate Gary Hooper to the bench despite his midweek brace against Preston, but it was his replacement, Jonathan Forte, who had the first chance as he fired against Basso inside the first two minutes.
Appearing in a cream colored suit for the press conference and opening ceremony, Basso seemed tender amidst confident politicians and influential art representatives.