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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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In general, it is expected that tropical, but not temperate, forests show increasing diversity with vertical height (Basset 2001; Basset et al.
South Wales Echo Pet Idol winner Fred the basset hound RICHARD WILLIAMS
Segun Lytta Basset, la falta de puente entre el discurso sobre el sufrimiento y la experiencia no impide, pese a todo, la posibilidad de una palabra, de una palabra herida, pero real.
Abdul Basset was appointed Menufia governor in February 2015.
Abdel Basset was arrested in January with two businesspersons on charges of bribery.
The (http://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/grand-basset-griffon-vendeen/) Grand Basset Griffon Vendee n, on the other hand, is a bit more energetic and requires some more exercise than the Kooikerhondje.
Basset stressed that Accor's expansion was to help bring more affordable brands here.
The first, second, third, and fourth terms on the right-hand side are its submerged weight, drag, added mass force, and Basset history force, respectively.
Rooke analyzes 86 sketches that political cartoonist Basset made in Vietnam when his publisher sent him there in 1965 to cover the Vietnamese War.
Throughout the evening, guests will be attended to by Anton Edelmann, executive chef and The Savoy Hotel's Maitre Chef des Cuisines for over 20 years, and Gerard Basset OBE, Master of Wine and Master Sommelier.
Duke is a 12-year-old tri-color basset with a brain tumor and seizure disorder.
And because we have three Basset Hounds with permanent hang-dog appearance, our sense of guilt can't take it so we all holiday together.