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BASSABritish Airlines Stewards and Stewardesses Association (labor union)
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In fact, in the end, they put one dozen more balls in the Bassa team's fishing net than were given to them, making them feel so bassaa that they were so confused they missed the road to their village and appeared at Sankori hamlet.
Allen and Barbara Isaacman focus on the construction, output and impact of the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric dam between 1965 and 2007.
There is, however, no such problem further downstream at the Cahora Bassa dam.
Only one laboratory technician had been trained to safely collect and handle specimens from a possible Ebola patient in Grand Cape Mount and Grand Bassa, whereas Sinoe health officials reported having no laboratory technicians trained in handling Ebola specimens.
Meanwhile, leaders of BA pilots described as "nonsense" suggestions from the British Airlines Stewards and Stewardesses Association (Bassa) that a deal could not be done because they objected to travel perks being restored to staff who went on strike in March.
"This position reinforces our view that Bassa (the British Airlines Stewards and Stewardesses Association), at the centre of this dispute, is not serious in trying to come to a negotiated agreement with British Airways -and that Tony cannot control Bassa.
Acting on a tip off, the army and state police conducted this joint operation in the Bassa forest of Mahore.
One of 20 siblings in his family, Bassy grew up listening to jazz and soul in Cameroon's capital city and lived for several years with his grandparents in a rural village, where he immersed himself in the traditional music, customs, and culture of his ethnic group, the Bassa.
Bassa and was sunk off the south of Ireland by a U-Boat which itself was sunk only one month later.
The bank opened the branch in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.
It's one of the reasons why I sing in my own language, Bassa, which is one of the 260 Cameroonian languages that fewer and fewer of our children know how to speak.
The bedlam will only be interrupted by the musical excitement and festival atmosphere created by Bassa Bassa, one of the north of England's best street bands.