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basis

 [ba´sis] (pl. ba´ses) (Gr.)
the lower, basic, or fundamental part of an object, organ, or substance. Anatomic nomenclature for the base of a structure or organ, or the part opposite to or distinguished from the apex.
basis pedun´culi ce´rebri the large bundle of nerve fiber tracts forming the ventral part of the cerebral peduncles, consisting of corticospinal, corticonuclear, corticopontine, parietotemporopontine, and frontopontine fibers descending from the cerebral cortex and terminating in the pons and spinal cord. Called also crus cerebri.

basis

(bā′sĭs) plural.bases [L., Gr.]
The base of a structure or organ.
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"Clearly, this is not the place for another military base."
A properly designed base must have a good sieve analysis for the stone itself.
Because P's basis in PS1 exceeds its FMV immediately prior to the sale and S is a member of the P group immediately after the sale, all of P's bases in S stock must be redetermined.
The Consultation Document acknowledges that IAS accounts would serve, at most, as a starting point for arriving at a tax base and not the tax base itself.
DNA damage-specific endonucleases from Micrococcus luteus have been used previously in combination with sucrose gradient sedimentation (8), alkaline elution (9), and alkaline unwinding (10) to reveal base damage inflicted by ionizing radiation.
This granddaddy of CAD tools for mold design automates the building of cores and cavities from part models, as well as the detailing of mold bases. It recently underwent a major revision as part of the current release of its foundation CAD system, Pro/Engineer.
Respondents said the bases and percentages they ordinarily used when measuring materiality for such trust funds (in declining order of importance) were total revenues, total assets, retained earnings-fund balance and net income.
A good suffix to use with a word processed document is ".doc." Since data bases are essentially file folders, a good suffix for a data base is ".fol." Likewise, spreadsheets could be ".SS." Many programs will assign these suffixes for you in order to categories your file types for easier retrieval.
The attraction between bases on opposite strands and the bonds between the nucleotides that make up each strand confer a certain rigidity on DNA's double helix.
Specifically, a computerized job-matching system is a computer software program that is capable of systematically comparing an individual's employability profile (vocational strengths and weaknesses) against the requirements of a job, a cluster of closely related jobs, or a training program in a "world of work" data base (Botterbush, 1986).
If immediately after the transaction, S leaves the group, the basis-redetermination rule requires a reallocation of the group members' S stock bases. The basis subject to reallocation is the lesser of (1) the loss inherent in the disposed of (or deconsolidated) stock and (2) S's deduction and loss items taken into account in computing the basis adjustment of any S stock share (other than those disposed of while S was in the group).
S shareholders have their stock bases increased for income items and decreased by deductions, losses and distributions.