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Related to BASE: Base camp, second base
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BASEBuilding, Antennae, Span, Earth (parachute jumping)
BASEBaseband
BASEBasic Analysis and Security Engine (software)
BASEBerlin Aging Study
BASEBeta-Alumina Solid Electrolyte
BASEBlind Adaptive Signal Extraction
BASEBrigade Automated Simulation Exercise
BASEBay Area Security Enhancement (San Francisco CALTRANS)
BASEBasic Army Strategic Estimates
BASEBank America Systems Engineering
BASEBipolar Advanced Silicon for Europe
BASEBank-Americard Service Exchange
BASEBabes, Automobiles, Sports, Entertainment (website)
BASEBelieve, Achieve, Support, and Educate
BASEBathymetry Associated with Statistical Error
BASEBible Archaeology, Search & Exploration Institute (Palmer Lake, CO)
BASEBangladesh Advanced Software Engineering (est. 1999)
BASEBody Mechanic Application for Self Evolution (martial arts)
BASEBuilding Access to Specialists through E-Consultation (Canada)
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Having surmounted this perilous steep, they sat down and took a brief rest with their backs against a sheltering rock and their heels dangling over a bottomless abyss; then they climbed to the base of another ridge--a more difficult and dangerous one still:
For, after a long series of military successes, or diligent and skilful labours, it is generally found that the more intelligent among the Artisan and Soldier classes manifest a slight increase of their third side or base, and a shrinkage of the two other sides.
And he sprang from the rock in order to inspect the base on which it had formerly stood.
As I gazed upon this monument, doubtless the work of an extinct and forgotten race, thus buried in the green nook of an island at the ends of the earth, the existence of which was yesterday unknown, a stronger feeling of awe came over me than if I had stood musing at the mighty base of the Pyramid of Cheops.
In an age of investigation like our own, when we are returning to science as the base of wonders--almost of miracles--we should be slow to refuse to accept facts, however impossible they may seem to be.
Perhaps a thousand feet from me the river broke, as it seemed, directly from the base of the cliffs, and as there seemed not the remotest chance for escape in that direction I turned my attention again toward the forest.
The church had a slender-spired dome that rounded inward at its base, and looked like a turnip turned upside down, and the hackman seemed to be dressed in a long petticoat with out any hoops.
He was instinctively and thoroughly convinced that was impossible for him to live otherwise than as he did and that he had never in his life done anything base.
The forest ran to the very base of a cliff, in the face of which were the mouths of many caves.
Put a good man in command and let him establish a base as far to the west as the motors can travel.
Once a day I descend to the base of the cliff and hunt, and fill my stomach with water from a clear cold spring.
But Walter Merritt Emory was not the only base one abased by desire of possession of Michael.