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basso

(esp in operatic or solo singing) a singer with a bass voice
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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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Paul Bassi He is chief executive of Birminghambased Real Estate Investors and chairman of West Bromwich-based property management company Bond Wolfe, which he co-founded in 1983, with Rory Daly, and nonexecutive chairman of Likewise.
Unknown to the jury, when Bassi had first appeared at the court last year, she feigned blindness - despite being seen getting out of a car she had driven.
Fortunately only one of them actually took the tablets, which had been prescribed to Bassi, before consulting people who advised against them, and that lady did not suffer any ill-effect.
The judge pointed out that the anti-inflammatory drug Naproxen 500, which Bassi handed to three of her elderly victims, had a potential side-effect of gastro-intestinal bleeding to which elderly people were at an increased risk.
Bassi, in his petition, stated that he is being targeted for conducting a fair probe against Rakesh Asthana and others.
The court heard how Bassi used his house in Wolverhampton to cut, package and store huge amounts of heroin and cocaine before selling it on to dealers across the West Midlands.
His mother, Gurmit Bassi, 52, murdered his father's pregnant new wife at her home in Glasgow in 1998.
"The future of the electric vehicle industry will be based around integrated solutions and, as we enter this new world, the engineering expertise of ourselves and Bassi, our joint centres of excellence, will put us ahead of the pack."
Reacting to the constant tiffs between the police and the government, Bassi said like the police have been refraining from interfering with political affairs, the Delhi government cannot take control of the police.
Upon his arrival at Naia, Bassi was immediately taken into custody but on the way to the NBI headquarters in Manila, he appeared sick, uneasy and complained of a stomach ache.
But a judge ruled that Phillips should be spared a custodial sentence - to the disappointment of Mrs Bassi who said she was shocked he had not been put behind bars.