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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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So in May 1984, the three governments of South Africa, Portugal and Mozambique met in Cape Town, where they all agreed to repair the power line from Cahora Bassa to southern Mozambique and South Africa.
Along with the Cape Mount Mineral Exploration Licence, the Gbarpolu and Grand Bassa Mineral Exploration Licences are the subject of an earn-in agreement whereby Sarama can earn up to a 90% equity in the PedSam Mining Limited (" PedSam "), the Liberian holding company for the licences.
I realised I wanted to blend the beauty of my Bassa culture and its musical traditions with other music that inspired me, and create my own soulful sound.
But time and again Bassa kept on coming, knocking McAuley over and over.
Bassa admitted the strike would cause "real heartache" but added: "Ruined Christmases will be forgotten, terms and conditions are for life.
Eurostat wanted more detailed information about the operation, particularly the transfer of a majority stake owned by the Portuguese state in Cahora Bassa to the Mozambican state.
He will continue as Bassa branch chairman despite his sacking.
Middlesbrough favourites Abingdon School Steel Band will also be playing and jazz dance legends Bassa Bassa will be wowing shoppers with their musical mayhem.
Less than half an hour's drive from Palma airport and I'm at the Hotel Sa Bassa Rotja (www.
3bn hydroelectric power plant at Mpenda Nkua, 70km north of Cahora Bassa dam.
Visitors can also listen to stories inspired by colour with Adam Bushnell and enjoy vibrant music from international jazz band Bassa Bassa, with blends of ska, Latin, African and funk.