base vs basis vs bass

base basis bass

Definitions

  • 1) Architecture The lowest part of a structure, such as a wall, considered as a separate unit.
  • 2) The fundamental principle or underlying concept of a system or theory; a basis.
  • 3) A basic or underlying element; infrastructure.
  • 4) The part of a plant or animal organ that is nearest to its point of attachment.
  • 5) Heraldry The lower part of a shield.
  • 6) A facial cosmetic used to even out the complexion or provide a surface for other makeup; a foundation.
  • 7) The fact, observation, or premise from which a reasoning process is begun.
  • 8) The lowest or bottom part.
  • 9) The number raised to the logarithm of a designated number in order to produce that designated number; the number at which a chosen logarithmic scale has the value 1.
  • 10) One of the nitrogen-containing purines (adenine and guanine) or pyrimidines (cytosine, thymine, and uracil) that occurs attached to the sugar component of DNA or RNA.
  • 11) A supporting part or layer; a foundation.
  • 12) The region in a transistor between the emitter and the collector.
  • 13) The side or face of a geometric figure to which an altitude is or is thought to be drawn.
  • 14) Games A starting point, safety area, or goal.
  • 15) A line used as a reference for measurement or computations.
  • 16) A substance that can act as a proton acceptor.
  • 17) A bass singer or voice.
  • 18) A fundamental ingredient; a chief constituent.
  • 19) A supply center for a large force of military personnel.
  • 20) Linguistics A morpheme or morphemes regarded as a form to which affixes or other bases may be added.
  • 21) The portion of a social organization, especially a political party, consisting of the most dedicated or motivated members.
  • 22) Baseball Any one of the four corners of an infield, marked by a bag or plate, that must be touched by a runner before a run can be scored.
  • 23) A center of organization, supply, or activity; a headquarters.
  • 24) The electrode attached to this region.
  • 25) The point of attachment of such an organ.
  • 26) The number that is raised to various powers to generate the principal counting units of a number system. The base of the decimal system, for example, is 10.
  • 27) Any of a class of compounds whose aqueous solutions are characterized by a bitter taste, a slippery feel, the ability to turn litmus blue, and the ability to react with acids to form salts.
  • 28) A fortified center of operations.
  • 29) A substance that yields hydroxide ions when dissolved in water.
  • 30) A substance that can donate a pair of electrons to form a covalent bond.
  • 31) Chemistry Of, relating to, or containing a base.
  • 32) Obsolete Short in stature.
  • 33) Having or showing a lack of decency; contemptible, mean-spirited, or selfish.
  • 34) Forming or serving as a base.
  • 35) Situated at or near the base or bottom.
  • 36) Being a metal that is of little value.
  • 37) Containing such metals.
  • 38) Archaic Of low birth, rank, or position.
  • 39) To form or provide a base for.
  • 40) To assign to a base; station.
  • 41) To find a basis for; establish.

Definitions

  • 1) A starting point, base or foundation for an argument or hypothesis.
  • 2) topology A collection of subsets ("basis elements") of a set, such that this collection covers the set, and for any two basis elements which both contain an element of the set, there is a third basis element contained in the intersection of the first two, which also contains that element.
  • 3) linear algebra In a vector space, a linearly independent set of vectors spanning the whole vector space.
  • 4) An underlying condition or circumstance.
  • 5) regular frequency
  • 6) accounting Amount paid for an investment, including commissions and other expenses.
  • 7) An underlying circumstance or condition: synonym: base.
  • 8) A condition for relating or proceeding.
  • 9) The fundamental principle.
  • 10) A pattern or schedule for proceeding.
  • 11) A foundation upon which something rests.
  • 12) The chief constituent; the fundamental ingredient.
  • 13) The principal component part of a thing.
  • 14) The foundation of anything; that on which a thing rests.
  • 15) obsolete The pedestal of a column, pillar, or statue.
  • 16) The groundwork; the first or fundamental principle; that which supports.
  • 17) the most important or necessary part of something
  • 18) a relation that provides the foundation for something
  • 19) . In crystallography and petrography, same as basal plane (which see, under basal).
  • 20) A pedestal.
  • 21) Same as basipodite.
  • 22) The principal constituent of a compound; a fundamental ingredient.
  • 23) The foundation of anything; that on which a thing stands or on which anything is reared; a foundation, groundwork, or supporting principle: now most commonly used of immaterial things.
  • 24) In prosody, a trochee or its substitute preceding the dactyls of a logaœdic series.
  • 25) [NL.] In anatomy, the base; the fundamental or basilar part of anything: as, basis cranii, the base of the skull.
  • 26) In botany and conchology, same as base, 4.
  • 27) In architecture, same as base, 3.
  • 28) Milit., same as base, 15

Definitions

  • 1) The perch; any of various marine and freshwater fish resembling the perch, all within the order of Perciformes.
  • 2) A section of musical group that produces low-pitched sound, lower than tenor.
  • 3) A male singer who sings in the bass range.
  • 4) An instrument that plays in the bass range, in particular a double bass, bass guitar, electric bass or bass synthesiser.
  • 5) A low spectrum of sound tones.
  • 6) A male singing voice of the lowest range.
  • 7) An instrument, especially a double bass, that produces tones in a low register.
  • 8) Any of various North American freshwater fishes of the family Centrarchidae, especially the largemouth bass and the smallmouth bass.
  • 9) The tones in the lowest register of an instrument.
  • 10) A low-pitched sound or tone.
  • 11) Any of various marine fishes especially of the families Serranidae and Moronidae, and including the sea basses and the striped bass.
  • 12) The southern, red, or channel bass (Sciæna ocellata). See Redfish.
  • 13) (Zoöl.) An edible, spiny-finned fish, esp. of the genera Roccus, Labrax, and related genera. There are many species.
  • 14) The lowest part in a musical composition.
  • 15) Species of Serranus, the sea bass and rock bass. See Sea bass.
  • 16) The two American fresh-water species of black bass (genus Micropterus). See Black bass.
  • 17) One who sings, or the instrument which plays, bass.
  • 18) A hassock or thick mat.
  • 19) See Thorough bass.
  • 20) (Bot.) The linden or lime tree, sometimes wrongly called whitewood; also, its bark, which is used for making mats. See bast.
  • 21) A bass, or deep, sound or tone.
  • 22) In music, the lowest part in the harmony of a musical composition, whether vocal or instrumental.
  • 23) In coal-mining, black carbonaceous shale.
  • 24) The commercial name of a fiber, resembling horsehair or wire, obtained from the sheathing leaf-bases or the leaf-stalks of certain palms. It is dark brown or black in color, and is used for brooms, brushes, ropes, and cables. Also called piassava. See bast-palm, piassava, and bassine.
  • 25) Same as bast.
  • 26) Same as bass clef (which see, under clef).
  • 27) The American linden or lime-tree, Tilia Americana. See basswood.
  • 28) A kiss; a buss.
  • 29) Originally, the perch, but now restricted to fishes more or less like the true perch.
  • 30) A musical instrument of any class having a deep, grave tone, excelled in gravity only by the contrabass.
  • 31) A male voice of the lowest or gravest kind, having a compass of about two octaves from the second F below middle C, or lower.
  • 32) A mat made of bass or bast; a bass-mat; hence, any thick mat or matting; formerly, a straw hassock or cushion.
  • 33) Of sound, a voice or an instrument, low in pitch or frequency.
  • 34) Low in pitch.
  • 35) Having a deep tone.
  • 36) Deep or grave in tone.
  • 37) (Mus.) the character placed at the beginning of the staff containing the bass part of a musical composition.
  • 38) a deep-sounding voice; a voice fitted for singing bass.
  • 39) Tosoundinadeeptone.
  • 40) To take the bass part in a concerted piece of music: as, he basses very steadily.
  • 41) To sing or play the bass part of; accompany with the bass.
  • 42) In music, low; deep; grave.
  • 43) To sound in a deep tone.
  • 44) rare To sound in a deep tone.

Examples

  • 1) Instead it is a system based on sticks.
  • 2) Price per person based on four sharing.
  • 3) All four have regional power bases.
  • 4) The centre will be based in Southampton but cover nine counties.
  • 5) based on current values this would give him a lump sum of more than 30,000.
  • 6) I could not care less that there is a medical consensus that statins are safe unless that consensus is based on good evidence.
  • 7) Don't wrap up too warm: wear only a base layer and a hat.
  • 8) All four Britons are based in America.
  • 9) And what has worked for England's back row so far has been a smoke and mirrors deception based around the numbers on the back of a jersey.
  • 10) We have a number of vehicles based locally that are able to access the court.
  • 11) They are based on evidence and they work.
  • 12) There are four common bases for such groupings.
  • 13) Go to your superior and touch base with him.
  • 14) They had a power base and organizational skills.
  • 15) This is as well as having rooms at more sumptuous city centre bases.
  • 16) We have quite a big fan base out there.
  • 17) Prices based on two people sharing a twin room.
  • 18) We need to remember that the whole season is not based on one game.
  • 19) You are making a value judgment based on reputation and trust.
  • 20) Sometimes selection has to have an element of hunch based on potential.
  • 21) Or tell stories based on place names.
  • 22) Other kinds of diagnostic equipment are also based on electrical activity in body organs.
  • 23) Two reserve tank bases and military tunnel networks are left in ruins.
  • 24) Slap on a light base layer of white foundation.
  • 25) So much here is based on numbers.
  • 26) The first thing to go should be expensive sting operations based on flimsy evidence.
  • 27) The buy or offer price is on the right and is the price at which you buy the base currency.
  • 28) But there has been little agitation against them on an island where the bases have become part of the furniture.
  • 29) Sadly for England it cannoned away off the base of a post.
  • 30) This story is based on those time-honoured economic concepts, namely supply and demand.
  • 31) As a result, the company 's shareholder base is fairly neat.
  • 32) Everyone flies into a PANIC, * Not OUR base** The base is essential to the local economy** Not our base*
  • 33) _ _The base is right_; 'tis the _base knave that jars_.
  • 34) # Add autocompletion to cs function function _cs_scandir local base ext base = $1 ext = $2 if [- d $base]; then for d in ` ls $base `; do if [- d $base/$d]; then dirs = "$dirs $ext$d/" fi local cur dirs
  • 35) Ask your compiler: struct base {virtual ~base (); virtual void f () const; struct derived: base {
  • 36) The only candiodate who will ever do anything for the Clinton and McCain base is Barack Obama, but these people are too frightened (if not delusional like their candidates) to realise that.
  • 37) Mike, explain what you understand is the term base realignment, what it means and what people are concerned about there.
  • 38) A few consultants will also be hired to handle the shared translation memories, the term base, develop the style guides, and tune the machine translation engine.
  • 39) This year alone, the base is averaging over 10 suicides each month – at least 75 have been recorded through July of this year alone.
  • 40) No, it simply shows that his base is as stubborn and hard-headed as he is.
  • 41) But everybody who gets assigned to the base is a little quirky.
  • 42) ‘Resting at the thick base of the old tree sat a beautifully etched envelope.’
  • 43) ‘Her other arm held a shield by her side, the base rested on the floor but she was not leaning on it.’
  • 44) ‘Because the base of the stone barely touches the base upon which it rests, it appears that it could easily fall over when the sea wind blows.’
  • 45) ‘All tied up I carried it to the car taking extra care to support the base which was weak from resting in the sodden duck-muck of the pen.’
  • 46) ‘Instead of a heated iron, the upper part of the base supports a pierced basket for charcoal.’
  • 47) ‘The bags are used as bed rests and table bases by some interior decorators.’
  • 48) ‘Will the official NBA basketball that rests at the base of the potted palm in the living room remain?’
  • 49) ‘The edges of this framework supported the base of the walls.’
  • 50) ‘Lie sideways on the ball with your feet supported against the base of a wall.’
  • 51) ‘If this has happened, gently firm around the base of the plant with the foot being careful not to damage any stems or leaves.’
  • 52) ‘This figurine was designed as a candlestick, with the holder protruding from the base on either side.’
  • 53) ‘Their water tanks were usually steel on stone bases, or sometimes supported on a trestle base made of rail.’
  • 54) ‘He broke down several times as he told the court how his wife had been supporting the base of a ladder as he cut branches off apple trees in their garden.’
  • 55) ‘He says the name of the mall was inspired by the locality of the site, which rests at the base of the Roodekrans Ridge.’
  • 56) ‘With loaded candlesticks there is a possibility that marks have been ‘let in’ to the edge of the base.’
  • 57) ‘A substantially vertical stand having a foot peg and sharpened base supports the frame.’
  • 58) ‘It was still lying with crushed front forks at the base of the smaller tree.’
  • 59) ‘The easiest way to swirl is to rest the base of the glass on a table, hold the stem between thumb and forefinger, and gently rotate the wrist.’
  • 60) ‘At its base rested a small, weathered plaque with a few words elegantly etched into the fine stone.’
  • 61) ‘The bottom edges of the front and rear panels form a support base for the bowl.’
  • 62) ‘Axial loading from earthquakes is minimized by seismic dampers under the column bases.’
  • 63) ‘Column bases, doorsteps, baseboards, and beams - even the interior roof tiles and gutters - all are decorated.’
  • 64) ‘To prevent vandalism and damage, the bases of columns are clad in stainless steel.’
  • 65) ‘The freestanding column shafts are wrapped in black glazed tiles and the bases have a mosaic finish.’
  • 66) ‘Now, how can there be foundation structures such as pillar bases in the ground unless they had been put there to support a building?’
  • 67) ‘Their long, whip-like tail has a small dorsal fin near its base and up to five venomous spines.’
  • 68) ‘River otters have paired scent glands at the base of their tail which give off a heavy, musky smell.’
  • 69) ‘The petiole or stipe is the stalk at the base of the frond, before the first pinna ‘branches’ from the rachis.’
  • 70) ‘The dead leaves form a skirt around the stem until they are burnt back to the leaf bases by occasional fires to form a sheath around the true stem.’
  • 71) ‘The storage organ in onion consists of scales derived from swollen leaf bases, whereas in garlic it originates from swollen lateral buds.’
  • 72) ‘The two points of intersection of the latter with the sides of the triangle lie on a line parallel to the base.’
  • 73) ‘If the height of a rectangle is 7 1/6 mm and the perimeter is 27 2/15 mm, what is the length of the base of the rectangle?’
  • 74) ‘The length of the base of the rhombus is the length of one of its sides, here shown with 'b'.’
  • 75) ‘It is useful to make a distinction between the base against which an entity is profiled and the domain, or domains, against which concepts take shape.’
  • 76) ‘Draw 3 times smaller unilateral triangles, with their bases in the middle of each line of the first triangle.’
  • 77) ‘All of the angles and at least one side (the base) of the triangulation system are measured.’
  • 78) ‘The base triangulation should have boundary faces; a completion is simply a new triangulation formed from the base triangulation by gluing all of the boundary faces to each other in some fashion’
  • 79) ‘After that, a base triangulation is performed.’
  • 80) ‘Attached on either side of the base of the shield is a doubled, stacked scroll with the upper portion the same angle as the shield.’
  • 81) ‘On the purple segment at the base of the shield is a silver stag, trotting with one fore hoof raised, within a silver ring.’
  • 82) ‘The eagle with the outstretched wings at the base of the shield stands for loyalty to country; the olive branch in the right claw being emblematic of out national dedication to the cause of peace, while the arrows in the left claw indicate our readiness to fight for justice and freedom.’
  • 83) ‘This is the key point of the book, but I am less convinced of this claim and not quite sure what lessons might be drawn from it for understanding the broader bases for sustained economic growth.’
  • 84) ‘Felsenstein et al. 1999 compare the conceptual bases of these approaches.’
  • 85) ‘And so there are three bases for friendships, depending on which of these qualities binds friends together.’
  • 86) ‘We want to explore and expand the conceptual bases for industrial design.’
  • 87) ‘The experiences since the mid-1980s provide a rich base of evidence to draw on as a springboard for ongoing debate.’
  • 88) ‘Personally I think you should find your own truth, but if you are looking for some solid structure as a base then go for it.’
  • 89) ‘Whatever be its conceptual base, what does the duty of reasonable care and skill of a bank encompass?’
  • 90) ‘Working with a variety of pantheons gives you a wider base to draw on when you need help or guidance.’
  • 91) ‘We believe that it is important for economists to have a sense of the burden management faces over the next year and to help provide solid conceptual bases for the decisions that must be made.’
  • 92) ‘One of the fundamental bases of the structural transformation and modernization of European life and society was the development of burgerliche domesticity.’
  • 93) ‘As the brownstone industry expanded, it provided a broad economic base for the town of Portland.’
  • 94) ‘Some economists think Howard's approach might be the last best chance for towns that have seen family farms vanish and their economic bases crumble.’
  • 95) ‘When I arrived in 1988, this was a city that was trying to reinvent itself, realising as it was that culture could become an economic base.’
  • 96) ‘People are motivated to have children by the need for an economic base.’
  • 97) ‘The possibilities open to any society are constrained by the economic base.’
  • 98) ‘This glimmer of hope is welcome indeed for York as Thrall has been an important part of York's broad economic base.’
  • 99) ‘She has a long-standing interest in the social structural bases of economic activity.’
  • 100) ‘This gives them a broad base of skills and experience when they complete their training.’
  • 101) ‘The theoretical bases of these concepts are found in Structural Family Therapy.’
  • 102) ‘Academic freedom rests on a solid base of peer review and as such is the responsibility of the entire profession.’
  • 103) ‘That which was, is the foundation for what is now, which becomes the base for what is to come.’
  • 104) ‘It started with the Native Americans who set the base for all the development.’
  • 105) ‘It also provides a new base for vital research and study of the disease carried out by the University of Sheffield.’
  • 106) ‘It will guarantee a solid base for those students continuing to advanced studies.’
  • 107) ‘And whilst all the talk may have been of forwards, the base for victory was built further down the Newbridge turf.’
  • 108) ‘Hong Kong University law professor Albert Chen said the decision was a good base for political reform discussions.’
  • 109) ‘But it doesn't take long to defrost, and it is a good thing to have a supply of in the freezer in case of impromptu guests or as the base for a quick easy meal.’
  • 110) ‘I think that's a fine base for a resolution for the new year.’
  • 111) ‘After completion, this will provide a firm base to push the Pattaya Sports Club into the new Millennium.’
  • 112) ‘His systematization of these texts became one of the chief bases for the structure of the later printed versions of this corpus of texts.’
  • 113) ‘For people whose school Spanish is a distant memory, this course will offer revision and updating of the written and spoken language, to improve competence and confidence and form a base for further study.’
  • 114) ‘Since the book is intended to provide the reader a base for further study, the absence of citations is somewhat disturbing.’
  • 115) ‘Since Lisbon Strategy is a topics which has not been given much attention in Croatia, the published articles represent the base for further research.’
  • 116) ‘There is likely to be an existing customer base for the new product and therefore the risks are lower.’
  • 117) ‘A deal would allow them to merge the private client customer bases of two of the second tier stockbrokers in the Irish market.’
  • 118) ‘Ten years ago the company had a customer base of only 45000 clients, with 2450 employees.’
  • 119) ‘That approach will be helpful to maintain sales balance, customer base and market share and performance.’
  • 120) ‘Only by whipping up fear and loathing of trade unions among the business community will these organizations get their client base.’
  • 121) ‘ProStrategy has a number of existing customers in Britain and it will expand there by adding customers to its existing client base.’
  • 122) ‘Ortega has won his loyal client base by offering a constantly updated range across his entire empire.’
  • 123) ‘Now the company's second act depends on how fast Micromarketing can diversify its client base.’
  • 124) ‘These initial supporters will be the base upon which you build the rest of your list.’
  • 125) ‘The base, not even Dean supporters, but the base of the party turned on them like wolverines.’
  • 126) ‘Political instability has resulted from the inability of leaders to gain support outside their regional bases.’
  • 127) ‘While this robs National of issues, it is making the party increasingly unpalatable to parts of its support base.’
  • 128) ‘Both parties rest on ever more narrow bases of popular support, and function openly as instruments of the financial aristocracy.’
  • 129) ‘York City FC has never won a major trophy, never even played in the top League, and has a supporter base of no more than 4,000 stalwarts.’
  • 130) ‘The top business leadership will have to look after its bases of support, having betrayed the political class and union leaders by supporting a junta that scarcely could have done worse when in power.’
  • 131) ‘They'd be loosely aligned, run joint advertising campaigns, and pool their supporter base.’
  • 132) ‘There is considerable overlap between the supporter base of both teams; picking out the away fans was an impossible task.’
  • 133) ‘And, how do we reformat and re-purpose output to encompass the rest of the user base?’
  • 134) ‘Both parties rest on narrow social bases and none of their candidates have substantial popular support.’
  • 135) ‘Of course, the Bibster system itself will continue its work. but this depends on the user base keeping it going.’
  • 136) ‘Living on a Marine base on the edge of restive Ramadi is a shock to a civilian's senses.’
  • 137) ‘Analysts have criticised Karzai for clumsy attempts to impose his will by sending in appointees to try to implement disarmament without necessary support bases, or central backup.’
  • 138) ‘He stressed the successes not just of the aircrew but of the hundreds of Combat Support Group personnel supporting combatant forces at bases within and outside Australia.’
  • 139) ‘Well, his firm had a base on the Old Kent Road under the name London Easylink, and its prime contract was route 185 from Lewisham.’
  • 140) ‘The firm has outgrown its base on Stricklandgate and needs extra space in order to expand and create more jobs.’
  • 141) ‘Unique geological, glaciological, and meteorological studies continue there from purpose-built bases around the edge of Antarctica or at the South Pole.’
  • 142) ‘During World War II, Utah's population increased as the government developed military bases and supported wartime industries.’
  • 143) ‘We galloped to the base where the rest of the people were unloading the cargo.’
  • 144) ‘Neither it is limited to armies and combatants facing each other but targets the enemy formations and supporting bases with long distance aircraft and missiles.’
  • 145) ‘From there he was employed by Mero Space Frame, a German firm with a British base.’
  • 146) ‘The interior of the stronghold was as utilitarian as the rest of the base, made of white stone with no attempt at ornamentation.’
  • 147) ‘He had an office that connected to the rest of the base through a short tube.’
  • 148) ‘It was the only working lift in the building, seeing as it was underground like the rest of the base, so no one knew it existed apart from those in their sector.’
  • 149) ‘When they were far enough away from the base, they all rested and sat down.’
  • 150) ‘After pulling up to the smooth blue band that marked the perimeter of the base, the rest of the unit limped into view.’
  • 151) ‘He turned the turret to examine the rest of the base.’
  • 152) ‘We were eager to get out of there, and to the new base near the front lines.’
  • 153) ‘Troops frequently spot suspicious figures just outside the base.’
  • 154) ‘A railroad line was constructed from the base to the front lines at Petersburg.’
  • 155) ‘He said the company had always had two move workers between the two bases depending on where the work was, but now circumstances dictated closure of the Scalloway workshop for the time being.’
  • 156) ‘Peter's first six months will be very much a getting to know you process and will involve some travel, but Stephen Street will be his firm base.’
  • 157) ‘He continues to shuttle between Chennai, his base for over a decade now, and Kerala where he has several teaching assignments.’
  • 158) ‘We then proceeded to our hotel which is the Catic Plaza, which was to become our base for five nights and it was the essence of luxury in every way.’
  • 159) ‘Installing ourselves in Gunn's Village, which was to be our base for the next three weeks, we made some less welcome acquaintances.’
  • 160) ‘Taking the Sighting scene as his base, Gericault went on to expand his composition unit by unit.’
  • 161) ‘From 1608, when he returned there from Italy as his mother lay dying, Rubens made Antwerp his base.’
  • 162) ‘There is a firm called Kuze, based in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, specializing in sauces and soup bases.’
  • 163) ‘Syrups are made with a base of sugar syrup, honey or perhaps maple syrup.’
  • 164) ‘It has the Dr Pepper flavors as a base with berries thrown into the mix.’
  • 165) ‘The cast iron pan and drippings make for the base of a tremendous sauce.’
  • 166) ‘This pea-flavoured stock will be the base for the soup.’
  • 167) ‘With its distinctive dry taste, Tequila is the base for marvellous drinks, not the least of which is the Margarita.’
  • 168) ‘The sweetness in milk or an ice cream base allows coffee flavors to come through.’
  • 169) ‘Sweetened ricotta base with apple and cherry pie filling, cookie dough and more sweet stuff.’
  • 170) ‘Then you add another whole chicken to the soup and use the soup base as your water.’
  • 171) ‘Make crumb base by rubbing biscuits and butter together.’
  • 172) ‘For the coconut soup base: In a pot, combine ingredients and bring to a simmer.’
  • 173) ‘It is safe and cost-effective compared to other drugs as its base is neem oil, which is available in plenty in India.’
  • 174) ‘The appetizer was a small plate of radish pieces served in a sauce that tastes similar to the creamy vegetable soup base.’
  • 175) ‘The soup base is a Western tomato soup, while the beef slice and beef stomach is stewed in a traditional Chinese sauce.’
  • 176) ‘Brooks explains the smoothies are composed of yogurt base and a water/pectin solution.’
  • 177) ‘Whether you choose water or solvent base, your next choice is going to be liquid or semi-paste.’
  • 178) ‘Using oil base paint or glaze will slow the drying time and allow you more time to blend your veins.’
  • 179) ‘The alcohol and dissolved base are then mixed with the oil and agitated for one to two hours.’
  • 180) ‘Makeup base is one of the most commonly misused cosmetics, but it doesn't have to be.’
  • 181) ‘To make eye colours ‘pop,’ use a light or neutral concealer as your eye makeup base.’
  • 182) ‘You can reshape your brows this way: Cover the brows with an opaque makeup base.’
  • 183) ‘I don't believe in eating junk and I protect my face all the time from the sun, even in the winter with base and makeup.’
  • 184) ‘Their legacy is cemented in a strange concoction of Karo syrup, red dye, and makeup base.’
  • 185) ‘Its richer, heavier structure means that it is also extremely good as a moisturiser and it is an excellent base under make-up.’
  • 186) ‘Nitric acid reacted with a base will give the nitrate of the salt and water.’
  • 187) ‘Neutralization is a chemical reaction in which a base reacts with an acid to create water and a salt.’
  • 188) ‘They found that these nonaqueous-superacid solutions reacted with weak bases which did not react with either sulfuric or perchloric acid in water.’
  • 189) ‘Soon chemists became more interested in studying the properties of acids and bases and the neutralization reaction between the two substances.’
  • 190) ‘Metallic oxides are bases because the oxide ions accept protons from water molecules, thereby generating hydroxide ions in solution.’
  • 191) ‘Purine salvage pathway allows interconversion of bases, nucleosides and nucleotides.’
  • 192) ‘There are four DNA bases: adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine (A, C, G, and T).’
  • 193) ‘The nucleosides are better models for the bases in DNA and RNA because the sugar moiety eliminates tautomers that cannot occur in the polymers.’
  • 194) ‘Radical-induced cleavage of DNA and oxidation of nucleotide bases can proceed.’
  • 195) ‘Oxidized bases (both pyrimidines and purines) and misincorporated uracil, were similar for fresh and frozen lymphocytes.’
  • 196) ‘Transistors are composed of three parts - a base, a collector, and an emitter.’
  • 197) ‘The presence of this P + layer results in pinch-off between itself and the bipolar base.’
  • 198) ‘A resistor RB is required to limit the current flowing into the base of the transistor and prevent it being damaged.’
  • 199) ‘The children had to say the base of a suffixed word pronounced by the experimenter.’
  • 200) ‘According to Crystal, a prefixation is “an affix is placed before the base of the word” (1997, p. 90).’
  • 201) ‘The Greek Xu-w, which etymologists justly connect with our loose, loosen, may possibly be the base of the word.’
  • 202) ‘So if you want to conjugate a regular - er verb, simply remove the - er ending from the infinitive and place the base of the verb in front of the endings.’
  • 203) ‘Determine the ending of the verb that goes with that pronoun and add it to the base of the verb you want to use in the sentence.’
  • 204) ‘The verb base is what you look up in the dictionary when you want to know how to say something.’
  • 205) ‘Some historians believe that the Babylonian base 60 place-value system was transmitted to the Indians via the Greeks.’
  • 206) ‘The Egyptians had a bases 10 system of hieroglyphs for numerals.’
  • 207) ‘There is no logical reason why we cannot use any integer bigger than zero for a base.’
  • 208) ‘If base 10 is used with an additive system without intermediate symbols then many characters are required to express certain numbers.’
  • 209) ‘Arabic astronomers used a base 60 version of Arabic letter system.’
  • 210) ‘In that year Briggs gave a numerical approximation to the base 10 logarithm of e but did not mention e itself in his work.’
  • 211) ‘Choosing different numbers gives logarithms to different bases.’
  • 212) ‘Taking logarithms to the base, we are looking for a solution.’
  • 213) ‘Four different times I switched over to see the bases loaded, scoring I believe a total of one run.’
  • 214) ‘He first arranged four of these in a diamond-shaped pattern to represent the bases and home plate.’
  • 215) ‘There's no reason he shouldn't hit 30 home runs and steal 30 bases if he stays healthy.’
  • 216) ‘‘I made sure I touched every one of those sweet white bases,’ Fisk told Maury Allen of the New York Post.’
  • 217) ‘During baseball season, fire hydrants and stoops serve as bases, the middle of the street as the field.’
  • 218) ‘This defines the foundation our society is based on: equal rights, freedom and peace.’
  • 219) ‘Miramax has hired playwright Warren Leight to come up with a script, but Roddy Doyle - who wrote the novel the original film was based on - will not be getting involved.’
  • 220) ‘Although he based his films on Kannada novels, the novelists complained that their stories had been altered.’
  • 221) ‘The last thing the humans needed was a major leak of information that could potentially destroy the very foundation their resistance was based on.’
  • 222) ‘Was he basing his conclusion on facts or was he being swayed because she was a beautiful young woman in distress that had made a favorable impression.’
  • 223) ‘When it came to a philosophy of politics and ethics, again Archytas based his ideas on mathematical foundations.’
  • 224) ‘Cooper based this conclusion on the fact that since 1892 the operation had been depositing materials, which sank to the river bottom.’
  • 225) ‘A group of scientists favoring nuclear power accuses Kennedy of basing her conclusions on fear, not science.’
  • 226) ‘I have no idea what the evidence is that they may be basing their conclusion on.’
  • 227) ‘He bases his conclusion on the stories he's been told, as well as the occupancy load (number of students per classroom) and the variety of activities that take place in schools.’
  • 228) ‘Rosenstiel bases his conclusion on reasoning very different than ours.’
  • 229) ‘Rutenberg bases his conclusion on numbers provided by Nielsen Media Research.’
  • 230) ‘The researchers, from Imperial College School of Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute in London, based their conclusions on a study of 625 children in Ashford, Kent.’
  • 231) ‘The US Senate committee report says it based its conclusions on documents from the Iraqi oil ministry, distinct from those alleged foreign ministry papers relied upon by the Telegraph.’
  • 232) ‘Last year, for example, the government based its conclusions on the general level of pesticides in all fresh peas from only 27 samples.’
  • 233) ‘Dershwitz based his conclusion on witnesses who said Reid had slurred speech and difficulty holding up his head at the start of the interview.’
  • 234) ‘Unfortunately, they base their conclusions on a survey from a print-on-demand publisher.’
  • 235) ‘I've read poor reviews here, and elsewhere, about the conductor, so I base my conclusions on that…!’
  • 236) ‘You don't know how they relate until you examine them and it's better to examine the evidence than base conclusions on wishful thinking.’
  • 237) ‘Some of the articles included discuss the novel that the film has been based on, which is often used in Japanese classrooms.’
  • 238) ‘All operations are home based and will require just a couple of hours of your time.’
  • 239) ‘In recent weeks, the flights have been stopping at Larnaca in Cyprus where BA is basing its crews operating to the Middle East.’
  • 240) ‘As a result, both are now basing themselves at the Endurance Performance Centre at St Mary's University, Twickenham.’
  • 241) ‘The consultants have also been approached by a cosmetic surgery company which is interested in basing itself at the hospital.’
  • 242) ‘The open road is calling for Nike Akinfenwa, who hopes to take a year out to travel, basing herself in London and moving on from there.’
  • 243) ‘I was in Boston, and then we ended up all moving here to New York and basing ourselves here.’
  • 244) ‘And when the exams are out the way, she intends to go full time, basing herself abroad.’
  • 245) ‘The choice in Jura is limited, so you may be better off basing yourself on Islay and visiting just for the day.’
  • 246) ‘In his place you will get a locally based MP who will be available to listen and to act for you.’
  • 247) ‘I am however hedging my bets quite firmly on it being a London based blog that wins.’
  • 248) ‘It is thought he too does not count as an overseas player as he has been based in England for some time.’
  • 249) ‘Both are based in Harpurhey and the area has been the inspiration for much of their work.’
  • 250) ‘Galbraith was confused by the blank help and asked where the man he was talking to was based.’
  • 251) ‘I will be based near a few of the training camps and hope to see what the England boys are doing.’
  • 252) ‘He is based in Devizes half of the week and the rest of the time in West Gloucestershire.’
  • 253) ‘We were based up near the Kelvinside Park area and he used to go out and wander about.’
  • 254) ‘I needed to be based in this area because of my work so we really had no other choice but to rent.’
  • 255) ‘I ask where they are based and nine times out of ten they are in a country many miles away.’
  • 256) ‘And it is one way to shine moral clarity on a subject that too often inspires only base moral equivalence.’
  • 257) ‘My base instinct was to go round the dressing room and clip a few, but unfortunately those days were well gone.’
  • 258) ‘By appealing to the base instincts of race and religion the President and his able cohorts are naturally inducing one crisis after the other.’
  • 259) ‘It's just the ones who want to scream it in the streets and have their base instincts publicly titillated I wish to avoid, and should be able to.’
  • 260) ‘In their bodiliness, images make men desert rationality in favor of base instinct.’
  • 261) ‘It is also a saga about the savagery that can result when the British and the Irish resort to their base instincts.’
  • 262) ‘The Party is pandering to the racist, base instincts of the right wing press and politicians.’
  • 263) ‘His antagonism towards the media will be recast as a firmness of character that wouldn't pander to the most base instincts of people.’
  • 264) ‘Some believe that the people's base instincts could even throw the peace process off course.’
  • 265) ‘In contrast a man must be specially trained not to trample - their base instinct is to cause harm.’
  • 266) ‘And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a base mind and to improper conduct.’
  • 267) ‘If humankind did not have a consciousness and still lived on the base instinct of perpetuation of the species, we would simply be born, mature, mate and die.’
  • 268) ‘Small wonder that she places her faith in spite and base dishonesty.’
  • 269) ‘There was nothing sheltering this base creature from the eye of his moral superiors.’
  • 270) ‘However, his inner and outer selves are constant and we do not see, in his monologues, the base evil of his Machiavellian soul.’
  • 271) ‘Whilst detained we came face to face with base police corruption.’
  • 272) ‘The meaning of human life would be reduced to the physical, base animal instincts, trapped within the contours of the body.’
  • 273) ‘The story is intent on delving into the core of what it means to be human and what kind of base behaviors we are susceptible to, both good and bad.’
  • 274) ‘Did you figure that, I, the writer, was a base individual who was using a cheap ploy to attract potential readers?’
  • 275) ‘Even as a young man, however, Jekyll had a penchant for base pleasures.’
  • 276) ‘The thought of such a man with a background of base peasants to be Kikyo's teacher was almost ludicrous.’
  • 277) ‘"Fetch, base peasant!! Remain invisible!!!" demanded your cold visage.’
  • 278) ‘Farewell, base peasant, and thank God thy fathers were no gentlemen.’
  • 279) ‘A longtime goal of the alchemists was the transmutation of base metals into precious metals.’
  • 280) ‘Most modern currencies are fiat currency, allowing the coins to be made of base metal.’
  • 281) ‘Compared with precious metals, base metals are plentiful in nature and therefore much cheaper, of course.’

Examples

  • 1) But it can only use lethal force where there is a clear legal basis for doing so.
  • 2) This is an issue anyone with daughters faces on a regular basis.
  • 3) Six per cent of bigger businesses were attacked on a daily basis.
  • 4) They wear three favourites on a regular basis.
  • 5) At least not on a regular basis.
  • 6) A photo opportunity with one of his closest allies would signal a rapprochement that has no basis in fact.
  • 7) No clinical information is shared, and before anything at all is shared there has to be a legal basis to do so.
  • 8) It has climbed by 42 basis points since the end of September.
  • 9) In July Beijing rejected a ruling by an international tribunal that its claims had no legal basis.
  • 10) We hear about this regularly on an anecdotal basis with a number of managing agents.
  • 11) It demands further that they obtain that information on a regular basis.
  • 12) This forms the main basis of the bones and of most other tissues.
  • 13) Many will have planned their affairs on the basis of the system as it stood.
  • 14) They can only succeed by making us lose our innocence on a daily basis.
  • 15) Voters do not chose between competing offers from parties on an equal basis.
  • 16) This approach remains the basis for the most plausible current contributions.
  • 17) There are also problems which make it difficult to use as a basis for job design.
  • 18) They had no legal basis for holding her.
  • 19) What possible basis for action does it provide?
  • 20) They have clearly said it without any basis in fact or any numbers in front of them.
  • 21) Now companies are valued on the basis of the number of users they might get.
  • 22) But he gets wonderful donations on a regular basis.
  • 23) This consensus should form the basis of regulatory behaviour.
  • 24) It keeps me feeling fresh on a daily basis.
  • 25) They talked to me on an equal basis.
  • 26) The domination of midfield remains the basis of their approach.
  • 27) Being able to give to others more needy than ourselves is part of the basis of our humanity.
  • 28) This process of distillation of some features from a set of observed objects is at the basis of most systems of classification.
  • 29) The yield on two-year gilts rose by ten basis points.
  • 30) This is on an all-inclusive basis and must be booked online.
  • 31) The margin improved by 30 basis points in the first half.
  • 32) South Africa have two of these sort of elite batsmen for whom a hundred is merely a basis for negotiation.
  • 33) It is expected that this would form the basis of further negotiations, suggesting that the family remains receptive to reaching a deal.
  • 34) Government sources insisted that the June 2 memo was not part of the basis on which the grant was made.
  • 35) • Trading margin of 13. 5%; up 155 bps on a constant currency basis and 160 bps on an actual currency basis*
  • 36) Telekom Austria Actual currency Constant currency Constant Group basis basis* currency basis*
  • 37) But in bond-market commentary, the term basis point is permissible.
  • 38) Another basis is a state or local law or even the school code of conduct.
  • 39) Every other basis is a sort of sentimental confusion, full of merely verbal echoes of the older creeds.
  • 40) Guus Hiddink stepped in to manage Chelsea on a short term basis - and won the FA Cup for them in 2009.
  • 41) But if the effect, on a long term basis, is to force return to take into account risk, and properly price it for all players, then capital will flee the sector and threaten, perhaps, to put financial firms out of business only insofar as capital wants to take greater risks for greater returns in other asset classes and investment opportunities.
  • 42) "On a medium-term basis, which is how you typically view valuation, nearly all of the indicators suggest that the euro is still overvalued," said Lauren Rosborough,
  • 43) ‘He laid the basis for modern ideas of democracy and the legitimacy of majority rule.’
  • 44) ‘You will recall that in our alternative arguments we submit two bases for a finding of the true value of the asset purchased.’
  • 45) ‘They both took issue with the logical basis of the Design argument.’
  • 46) ‘He also has a broad basis of support because of his background as a trade union official.’
  • 47) ‘I hope this was evident to you as this has always been the basis of our support.’
  • 48) ‘In my judgment the decision can be supported on the same basis.’
  • 49) ‘I come to these conclusions concerning her ability to support herself on these bases.’
  • 50) ‘He was arguing for a return to the clubs as the basis for building a strong foundation for the game in Scotland.’
  • 51) ‘But a number of faulty assumptions seem to form the basis for some of your arguments.’
  • 52) ‘This I believe is an essential in preventing arguments, or at least a basis to resolve them.’
  • 53) ‘The process is widely used throughout Europe, and its basis is set out in many manuals.’
  • 54) ‘Ideas which saw the internet not just as the basis for a new market sector, but a whole new economy.’
  • 55) ‘What he said had a basis of fact, as was underlined when he was soon eliminated.’
  • 56) ‘This link underlies much of the understanding of madness and its somatic basis in the modern age.’
  • 57) ‘He attempted to use the support of the navy to lay the basis of an armed force under his own command.’
  • 58) ‘The arguments used to support a ban on hunting undermine this basis of a civilised society.’
  • 59) ‘Sensations cause some beliefs and in this sense are the basis or ground of those beliefs.’
  • 60) ‘The molecular basis of this selective translation is not yet fully understood.’
  • 61) ‘This second possibility was the basis on which the judge awarded her damages.’
  • 62) ‘It's an old story and probably the basis of the plot for a forthcoming movie.’
  • 63) ‘They also require evidence that these checks are carried out on a regular basis by staff at the home.’
  • 64) ‘We intend to carry out similar operations on a regular basis over the coming months.’
  • 65) ‘Visit your dentist or hygienist to have your teeth scaled and polished on a regular basis.’
  • 66) ‘People are entitled to their opinion and write in to us on a regular basis.’
  • 67) ‘The media exposes us on a daily basis to the idea that things are not as good as they seem.’
  • 68) ‘It is time for Labour in Scotland to remake the argument for the Union on a modern basis.’
  • 69) ‘This privacy policy statement sets out the basis by which your personal data will be processed.’
  • 70) ‘The remaining places are given to students from further afield on a selective basis.’
  • 71) ‘Although my husband is a lieutenant in a support unit I fear for his life on a daily basis.’
  • 72) ‘What it really comes down to is individual judgment, a fact that is underlined for me on an annual basis.’
  • 73) ‘Inside, she couldn't help but feel a bit disappointed they were back on a formal basis.’
  • 74) ‘The point is, though, they will do it on a voluntary basis based on their recent experiences.’
  • 75) ‘The second is that programmes can only be justified on the basis of how many people watch them.’
  • 76) ‘An order will always have to be justified on the basis of the child's welfare.’
  • 77) ‘We try to figure out what is so, reasoning on the basis of what we already know.’
  • 78) ‘On the basis of that permission there is no justification for any further dwellings.’
  • 79) ‘As a matter of fact, it is not possible to justify this attack on the basis of international law.’
  • 80) ‘It's about time this issue was discussed rationally on the basis of the facts.’
  • 81) ‘There is certainly no reason to make such an assumption on the basis of his name.’
  • 82) ‘Second, lump sum payments are worked out on the basis of an assumed life expectancy.’
  • 83) ‘If he cannot be relied on as an impartial expert witness on the basis of his professional stature then no one can.’
  • 84) ‘On the basis of recent opinion polls this is the current prediction.’
  • 85) ‘The force of that argument depends upon the basis upon which the measure of damages is arrived at.’
  • 86) ‘That was on the basis that all other arguments for the grant of the injunction had failed.’
  • 87) ‘No authority was put before him, and on that basis he found the argument without substance.’
  • 88) ‘The council supports the scheme on the basis it will help to meet a housing shortage in the district.’
  • 89) ‘There is really, so far as I can see, no good basis for supporting a change in their position.’
  • 90) ‘There is no doubt that loyalism attracted a fair degree of support on this basis.’
  • 91) ‘We have to take this decision on a rational basis, not in a climate of fear.’
  • 92) ‘There is also a failure to provide a rational basis for the decision as to the amount of respite to provided.’
  • 93) ‘The topics were mixed up, and the recipients were not told of the basis of the topic selection.’
  • 94) ‘Second, for each form of treatment, attempt to specify the basis or bases for which it is deserved.’

Examples

  • 1) Where does Chilean sea bass come from?
  • 2) Best laughs in deep bass, a big man.
  • 3) It's a pretty collection of jazz and blues covers set to a simple guitar and upright bass setting.
  • 4) There should have been a higher allowance in return for work on how to avoid catching bass, such as identifying where there are concentrations.
  • 5) I bought myself quite an expensive electric bass guitar, so it could be about an electric bass guitar.
  • 6) She is tiny, and the bass guitar is huge, but the experience is thrilling.
  • 7) It sounded like a bass drum when she hit the ground.
  • 8) We give the recipe for the larger bass steamed in seaweed stock with a vermouth sauce.
  • 9) They come in a range of goodlooking colours and sound good with strong bass and great clarity.
  • 10) Grill the sea bass fillets for two minutes each side.
  • 11) The guitars and bass seemed to help.
  • 12) He invited him to play bass in his band and gave him his nickname.
  • 13) He turned out to be a fantastic bass player.
  • 14) Melody and bass or inside parts as well?
  • 15) This works especially well with sea bream and sea bass.
  • 16) This track has a fantastic brass section and a wonderful bass line.
  • 17) For the ground bass of recurrent sound is poetic metre.
  • 18) Once inside he removed the large bass from its tank.
  • 19) He has a beautiful bass voice.
  • 20) Just what we needed after the morning's ordeal by double bass and piano.
  • 21) They're comfortable and offer deep bass like no other.
  • 22) The fish was all salmon, cod and sea bass.
  • 23) Then he glances up, grins and unleashes a deep bass chuckle.
  • 24) I was one of three bass singers.
  • 25) The design blocks out almost all noise, letting them pack a great bass punch and convey loads of musical detail.
  • 26) I'd better get a friend to send you a free bass instrument.
  • 27) I would say Bristol is still predominantly drum and bass but it is evolving into a house city.
  • 28) Nor did the Czech tenor and bass give us the full Verdi.
  • 29) They won't convert all your tunes to a reggae beat but they do deliver a nice crisp bass tone - and they look pretty sharp too.
  • 30) The tone of the _bass_ is much heavier and the instrument itself is much more clumsy to handle than the other members of the group, hence it is almost never used as a solo instrument but it is invaluable for reinforcing the bass part in orchestral music.
  • 31) After all, this bass is the instrument of his youth, one of his iconic symbols, as Mr. Carlin affirms on the way to this muddle-up of the moment: It is his Rosebud, his Excalibur.
  • 32) The double bass is also called the bass viol, string bass, and bass fiddle.
  • 33) What usually first attracts a bass is a lure's motion, so the bass comes closer, ready to attack.
  • 34) "I know not what you call my bass", said Heyward, piqued at her remark, "but I know that your safety, and that of Cora, is far dearer to me than could be any orchestra of Handel's music".
  • 35) "I know not what you call my bass," said Heyward, piqued at her remark,
  • 36) But, of course, he might have meant "bass" as in "bass guitar."
  • 37) Love your selection of curves and that bass is very, very cool ….
  • 38) A 15-pound largemouth bass is doing all the right things to get that big.
  • 39) ‘She looked into the depths of the dark eyes that only she could see, and listened to the songs that he sang in his deep bass voice, which only she could hear.’
  • 40) ‘He acquired his nickname singing the bass harmony second voice.’
  • 41) ‘The truck driver joined in, his low bass voice singing with me about how feeling good could be easy… it could.’
  • 42) ‘He was easily recognisable not merely by virtue of his profound bass baritone voice, but because of his girth.’
  • 43) ‘The group of unaccompanied voices comprises bass, baritone, tenor, mezzo-soprano and soprano.’
  • 44) ‘Their voices would resonate throughout the bar and I would sit there captivated by their deep bass voices.’
  • 45) ‘Alto, soprano, bass and tenor, I think they are called.’
  • 46) ‘The vibes veer off into a countermelody and the bass enters shortly thereafter.’
  • 47) ‘The basses are really light, high baritones, and I miss a certain richness in the sound.’
  • 48) ‘These are the opening words of the play, sung as a bass solo.’
  • 49) ‘He created waves with his deep bass voice and strumming guitar.’
  • 50) ‘He has already become an audience favourite with his deep bass voice.’
  • 51) ‘His splendid voice spans the low C of a true bass and the middle C of most tenors.’
  • 52) ‘It's incredibly powerful, a hefty, sliding lead tenor (hard to tell if it's male or female) that never seems to stop for breath over a whole bunch of baritones and basses.’
  • 53) ‘The singing here is splendid,with the man continuing to impress with both his rich bass voice and fine sense for drama.’
  • 54) ‘It is quite remarkable that he manages to heave his dark bass voice up to the upper reaches of Wotan's part.’
  • 55) ‘It is played and sung with conviction, and his is one of the great bass voices.’
  • 56) ‘Again, the chorus bears the brunt of the text, but there are soprano, contralto, and bass soloists.’
  • 57) ‘When he did have strong bass or tenor soloists, Handel could and did write strong parts for them.’
  • 58) ‘In particular, the bass soloist had a voice which seemed to rumble from the very bowels of the earth.’
  • 59) ‘He is a strong, imposing bass who also lends character to the performance.’
  • 60) ‘The soloists are excellent too; only the bass sounds a little weather-beaten.’
  • 61) ‘The society is currently looking for tenors basses, altos and sopranos to join the adult choir.’
  • 62) ‘As he only comes to notice a year before he joined Handel's company, the bass who sang so vigorously in those early arias written for him must have been remarkably young.’
  • 63) ‘We can imagine the four-part mass being sung, variably, by a choir made up of women sopranos, with male altos, tenors and basses or women sopranos, women altos and male tenors and basses or even by an all male group.’
  • 64) ‘A third passage features a two-part canonic effect, grouping the sopranos with the tenors, and the altos with the basses.’
  • 65) ‘We've always had a choir made up of boy and girl trebles, together with male altos, tenors and basses.’
  • 66) ‘Alto s soprano s tenors and basses are all needed to enhance what all ready is a beautiful sound.’
  • 67) ‘As the main emphasis of the courses lies in the choir made up of all participants, space is limited to approximately twenty sopranos, twelve altos and counter-tenors, and sixteen basses.’
  • 68) ‘She stood with four other sopranos, six contraltos, six tenors, and five basses.’
  • 69) ‘As he said, he frequently conducts rehearsals without tenors or basses, but doesn't remember ever not having any sopranos.’
  • 70) ‘There are eight sopranos, four mezzos, one counter-tenor, three tenors, seven baritones, and two basses.’
  • 71) ‘The chorus of thirteen (four sopranos, and three countertenors, tenors, and basses each) scores points again and again with the dramatic aptness of their singing.’
  • 72) ‘In the ‘Choral’ Symphony, the bass is an imposing soloist, and the chorus sings with inspiration.’
  • 73) ‘As I mentioned, last night there were three singers the choir - two basses and a soprano - off singing in a performance of the Rachmaninov Vespers.’
  • 74) ‘All of them share the sumptuous voicing of an eight part choir (except the seven voiced Full fathom five from Three ShakespeareSongs) that requires two groups of sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses.’
  • 75) ‘Singers, particularly altos, tenors and basses are welcome.’
  • 76) ‘The choir needs six more trebles aged seven to 14, a couple of basses and tenors, and perhaps an alto or two.’
  • 77) ‘The Society has vacancies for four sopranos and for tenors and basses.’
  • 78) ‘I have no problems with the Stabat Mater, but in my beautiful bass solo there is F sharp, which is the highest note a bass can sing, so that is quite challenging.’
  • 79) ‘As well as such characteristic features of the Baroque pastoral as drone basses and melodies harmonized in 3rds and 6ths, pastorellas include rhythmic and melodic elements probably deriving from folk music.’
  • 80) ‘In the original music for chorus, basses have something better to do than to hold a note.’
  • 81) ‘It begins with the bass stating the melody and features a shifting arrangement that allows everyone a chance to solo.’
  • 82) ‘Halfway through the bass takes over the melody and allows the listener a delectable bridge portion to the song.’
  • 83) ‘The bass clashed against the rhythm in perfect harmony.’
  • 84) ‘I particularly noted the basses of the chorus as they sinisterly intoned the conspirators music.’
  • 85) ‘He was working as a freelance editor and in his free time was singing bass in the London Symphony Chorus.’
  • 86) ‘Her upper voice notes ring out with authority and are set against a well balanced and projected bass underpinning.’
  • 87) ‘For this piece we have two of the voice-parts: a bass that sings continuously, and a tenor that participates only in full sections.’
  • 88) ‘There are not many singers capable of singing the bass solo because you need a very powerful voice and an extensive range.’
  • 89) ‘The association began prohibiting boys from singing alto or soprano and girls from singing tenor or bass about two years ago.’
  • 90) ‘The choir is basically four-voice, western classical style - soprano and alto sung by women and tenor and bass sung by men.’
  • 91) ‘It's scored for four tenors and two basses - which confines the vocal range of the work to a mere two octaves.’
  • 92) ‘In the orchestra, she plays two musical instruments: the bass clarinet and piccolo clarinet.’
  • 93) ‘We also have access to other instruments, including cor anglais, bass clarinet, cello, organ and voice.’
  • 94) ‘Can you advise me on how I can persuade him to take up a real instrument like say the bass trombone?’
  • 95) ‘The bass clarinet particularly takes a lot of wind.’
  • 96) ‘Apart from the organ, the only other instrument is a bass violin.’
  • 97) ‘My aunt and uncle both played trombone, my Grandma played bass clarinet and they have an organ; the one I taught myself on when I was little.’
  • 98) ‘I would say it's because there are just nothing but the powerful instruments of bass guitar and the drums.’
  • 99) ‘Shifting lower-frequency instruments such as a bass guitar requires higher latencies.’
  • 100) ‘They use no electronics, and hardly any electric instruments, apart from bass guitar and occasional electric guitar.’
  • 101) ‘Improvisatory in nature, it involved only the 24 bass strings of the instrument.’
  • 102) ‘The bass oboe is called the baryton in France, but is at least, more or less what it says it is; logic at last!’
  • 103) ‘Instead of the bass tuba is its predecessor, the ophicleide.’
  • 104) ‘He leads the way with his throaty bass saxophone.’
  • 105) ‘It was her ability to play her instrument, the bass guitar, well that earned her these new friends.’
  • 106) ‘He also hits the keyboards, drums, bass guitar, and pitches in on background vocals.’
  • 107) ‘He plays Celtic whistle, didgeridoo, panpipes, flute and bass flute in his trademark blend of Celtic, classical, jazz and folk music.’
  • 108) ‘The bass oboe is an octave lower than the oboe (in C) and is called a ‘baryton’ in France!’
  • 109) ‘He is able to use his alto, tenor or bass saxophones to both support a friendly song or rip out on his own jam with sounds you'd expect from a guitar or keyboard.’
  • 110) ‘At least in the imaginary versions for bass tuba or kettledrum I wager to say that he is right.’
  • 111) ‘Her warm bass trumpet solo adds to a very memorable performance that will remain a definitive rendition of the great song.’
  • 112) ‘The drums lightly tap, the second guitar plays the main melody, and the bass doubles the second guitar.’
  • 113) ‘Although most commonly taught to violin players, the method can also be used with instruments such as viola, cello, flute, bass and guitar.’
  • 114) ‘Our sound features sax, clarinet, violin, synthesiser, guitar, bass, drums and four vocalists.’
  • 115) ‘The stripped-down band of guitars, bass and percussion creates a beautiful simplicity in direct contrast to what is perceived as Latin music today.’
  • 116) ‘But isn't there a difference between playing guitar and bass?’
  • 117) ‘Everything clicks on this one - the drums, bass and guitar runs are truly inspired.’
  • 118) ‘The deadpan vocals are suitably dark but lack the power to cut through the layers of underwater guitar and bass.’
  • 119) ‘He plays standard lead and rhythm electric guitar, lap steel and slide guitar, bass, and mandolin, all equally well.’
  • 120) ‘I'm definitely not saying that bass is a useless instrument, or piano, or anything like that at all.’
  • 121) ‘In jazz, the goal is not to make a trumpet mimic a sax or a drum set sound like an acoustic bass.’
  • 122) ‘He studied piano, violin, bass, and voice at Oakham.’
  • 123) ‘The new album features more acoustic sounds and an upright bass, with no keyboards.’
  • 124) ‘Strings, saxophones, some brass and electric bass constitute the bulk of the instrumentations.’
  • 125) ‘You can also play other banjo sounds like drum, bass etc!’
  • 126) ‘The music sounded like a mixture of bass, saxophone and drum melodies, and it had an alluring effect.’
  • 127) ‘Without the warmth of a bass, this album sounds like you are playing it through the tinniest speakers with the treble turned all the way up to 11.’
  • 128) ‘This would give students the added opportunity to practice mock performances with bass and drums.’
  • 129) ‘The previous CDs had a thin string sound and the bass was simply not there.’
  • 130) ‘I would not recognize the bass as a separate instrument if it wasn't lower than I could tune a guitar.’
  • 131) ‘Viola, piano and bass - hardly sounds very punk rock, does it?’
  • 132) ‘It was a sight to see the inmates showing interest in the proceedings and enjoying the heavy bass of music that boomed out through speakers.’
  • 133) ‘Low-frequency bass is sent to all the channels, giving you that you-are-there feeling.’
  • 134) ‘There is an audible buzz throughout, and any bass in the music breaks apart into a dreadful fuzzy haze.’
  • 135) ‘The volume and bass of the music made my limbs ache as my blood vibrated with the sheer throbbing of the beat.’
  • 136) ‘We sat in a contemplative silence, and I closed my eyes and rested my head against the brick, feeling the pulsing bass of the music through the wall.’
  • 137) ‘The audio is full, with intelligible dialogue and good use of bass in the music.’
  • 138) ‘He could hear his neighbors arguing through the paper-thin walls and the hard bass of music from somewhere down the block.’
  • 139) ‘The heavy bass of the music, combined with the shrieking laughs of drunk girls reminds me of why I like to avoid parties.’
  • 140) ‘At the touch of a button, felt curtains will roll down from the ceiling to absorb the heavy bass of amplified music.’
  • 141) ‘Once more the evening sky is dark and the streets are empty, the silence broken only by the familiar rumbling bass from high performance stereos passing in the night.’
  • 142) ‘The marquee now lies in darkness, no thumping bass, or any noise at all to speak of.’
  • 143) ‘The sound is pretty good - a very nice Dolby 5.1 mix fills the room with modest bass and atmospheric music and detailed sounds.’
  • 144) ‘A synth noise comes in before bass and a strong synth line drops at around the 0: 40 mark.’
  • 145) ‘This is a very powerful mix, one filled with that great deep, rumbling bass.’
  • 146) ‘Some of these songs have a varying beat and indications of some intelligent musicianship, not like the penetrating bass that thunders out from cars and flats wherever you go.’
  • 147) ‘They can boost bass and remove noise, including the pops and clicks from old analog sources.’
  • 148) ‘Slip in an audio disc and the sound astounds, with sumptuous bass and smooth vocals.’
  • 149) ‘There is almost no extra noise, and the music features surprisingly good bass response.’
  • 150) ‘Thud acts like a dynamic bass EQ and is good for instruments and vocals.’
  • 151) ‘Decent bass and good sound quality impressed the reviewers, but it was never going to be able to compete with a larger system.’
  • 152) ‘They aren't as big as the Caribbean jewfish or the potato bass of the Indo-Pacific region, though.’
  • 153) ‘We have had plaice, pollack, wrasse and garfish from here but bass and rays are also taken.’
  • 154) ‘They can forget the freshwater bass species which couldn't even compete with our tench, barbel or chub.’
  • 155) ‘Last month's feature was all about my striper bass fishing trip.’
  • 156) ‘For those into freshwater fishing, we did manage some nice bass near Copmanhurst.’
  • 157) ‘All the Tortosa pegs can produce good carp, are prolific mullet swims and are well stocked with bass and zander.’
  • 158) ‘You see, tope are the UK boat anglers favourite summer fish alongside the bass.’
  • 159) ‘I did manage a couple of hours fishing a bass pool the next morning.’
  • 160) ‘Exotic fish such as bass and trout can now breed successfully in the abundant gravel and sand beds and establish feral populations.’
  • 161) ‘The lake is stocked mostly with catfish and bass, and the fish are obviously not as stupid as they look, as they seem to hang out round the scuba park, where they are safe from anglers.’
  • 162) ‘In the hands of a bass expert, when fishing top-water lures, I'm sure a long rod would soon prove itself.’
  • 163) ‘The bass should be designated a sports fish and receive a lot more protection from the commercial fishing industry.’
  • 164) ‘He was into the first fish of the day, then a nice bass was being lifted from the water, it weighed about four pounds.’
  • 165) ‘It is prohibited to fish for bass during their spawning season, 14 May - 14 June.’
  • 166) ‘I also tried some bass fishing in December when the conditions looked reasonable but without success.’
  • 167) ‘The pressure on bass fishing today is enormous and they are a vulnerable species.’
  • 168) ‘Don't worry if all your bass have been what we call schoolie bass which are fish under two or three pounds.’
  • 169) ‘We ended the day fishing in the rain on a small pond for bass and crappie.’
  • 170) ‘The rational approach you would think is to stop all further introductions of alien fish species like trout, bass etc into water environs.’
  • 171) ‘Only leisure anglers are allowed to fish bass in Irish waters.’
  • 172) ‘All bass are fine game fishes, with tournaments being held regularly.’
  • 173) ‘The fish killed included bass, roach, eels and fluke when the temperature soared to twenty six degrees Centigrade.’
  • 174) ‘On the Grass river you can fly fish for small mouth bass, pike, muskies and salmon.’
  • 175) ‘Flooded banks with green vegetation are prime areas to attract forage fish and predatory bass.’
  • 176) ‘He takes people salmon fishing, and bass fishing.’
  • 177) ‘Spend the day fishing for bass, then head to the theatre for a well-staged play.’
  • 178) ‘Anglers coveted warm-water fish such as bass and bonefish.’
  • 179) ‘During the summer months you could expect to come across bass and sand eels.’
  • 180) ‘Fishermen often come there, as indicated by the sign which says it's a good spot for catching flatfish, bass and codling.’
  • 181) ‘Hungry bass offer golden opportunity Spinnerbaits ideal for hooking fish this month’
  • 182) ‘Early Saturday afternoon they went fishing to catch some bass and pike for the cookout.’
  • 183) ‘The talk is all of haddock, salmon, red mullet and bass.’
  • 184) ‘The tope packs are targeting small flatfish and school bass in the surf tables at this time.’
  • 185) ‘He's taken up bass fishing and goes out in his boat as early as 5 a.m.’
  • 186) ‘Can we safely say you won't be bass fishing in Alaska?’
  • 187) ‘To blow off steam, he gave us the next day off, and we went bass fishing.’
  • 188) ‘The predicted weather pattern favors a warming trend into weekend - favorable conditions for bass fishing.’
  • 189) ‘Also, because nighttime air and water fall so still, bass detect sound and vibration more easily.’
  • 190) ‘For me, without any doubt at all, the most exciting way to catch bass is on a surface plug.’
  • 191) ‘This recent release means that a total of 27,000 bass have been released into the system in the past two months.’
  • 192) ‘Natural African bass fibre is coarse, stiff and provides good flexibility for use in upright floor sweeps and as a blend with other fibres for other applications.’
  • 193) ‘Heavy duty brooms densely filled with medium coarse African bass fibre are used in mills on brick and concrete surfaces under wet or dry conditions.’
  • 194) ‘bass is principally used in yard brooms and road rollers.’
  • 195) ‘The plant yields a silk cotton from the seeds and a rich white bass fibre from the bark, both likely to be of commercial value.’
  • 196) ‘A few species of palms that grow in tropical America and Africa are the source of brush fibers called commercially Piassava, Piassaba or bass Fiber.’
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