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basic

 [ba´sik]
1. pertaining to or having properties of a base.
2. capable of neutralizing acids.

ba·sic

(bā'sik),
Relating to a base.

basic

/ba·sic/ (ba´sik)
1. pertaining to or having properties of a base.
2. capable of neutralizing acids.

BASIC

[bā′sik]
abbreviation for beginner's all-purpose symbolic instruction code, a computer programming language.

BASIC

Beginners’ All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. A high-level symbolic computer programming language which is commonly used to write programs for PC-type computers.

basic

adjective Referring to a base; acting as a base in a salt; alkaline

ba·sic

(bā'sik)
Relating to a base.

basic

  1. (chemistry) having an alkaline reaction.
  2. (of rocks) having a low silica content in proportion to the amount of calcium and potassium salts.

ba·sic

(bā'sik)
Relating to a base.

basic

1. pertaining to or having properties of a base.
2. capable of neutralizing acids.

basic multicell unit
the packet of cells involved in remodeling of bone at a remodeling site.

Patient discussion about basic

Q. what are the basics products we as a humans, need to have in our diet?

A. A regular healthy diet should be comprised of a 40-50% carbohydrate (bread, rice, etc.), 30-40% protein (dairy, meat, chicken, fish) and 20% fat. Other important ingredients are fruit and vegetables, that contain large amounts of fibers and vitamins.

Q. How do i keep my self fit and healthy? what are the basic things i should and need to do in order to achieve a goal like this ?

A. from research they did they found out that in a long term doing regular physical activity will not change life span. but they did discovered that it dramatically changes the quality of this life.
here is a wonderful guide (pdf file) how to stay in shape for adults:
http://www.health.gov/paguidelines/pdf/adultguide.pdf

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And basically the question after this is going to be, "What comes next in the SATA arena?
But even under the more optimistic scenarios, where the economy is basically healthy and starts moving again, we still have slack in the economy until the latter part of 2004 into 2005.
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Although different things have been done in different places to recognize our ministries, basically we have moved toward integration of the Lutheran churches and the basic (Anglican) episcopate," said Canon Alyson Barnett-Cowan, director of faith, worship and ministry with the Anglican Church of Canada, who was a member of the group.
The recent plunge in Tokyo stock prices is basically within the bounds of a sound economy and does not indicate that Japan's economy is heading toward a bottomless plunge, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda said Thursday.
This basically sends a message that you can't disagree with the political message of homosexual activists.
But after a century marked by both the Great Depression--which basically ended unalloyed faith in markets--and the fall of communism, most people support some version of the welfare state: a system that is based on markets, but in which the government tries to prevent too unequal a distribution of income.
For Trautmann, culture is inseparable from politics: "Accepting that writers are condemned to death in certain countries or not reacting when Front National municipalities cut off funding for theater, film, or dance, basically means opting for the most unenlightened forms of intolerance and mutual violence.
Criticism of acts normally regarded as disgusting, and of homosexual "marriages," is regarded as evidence of "homophobia" -- which basically means "not sufficiently progressive.
Computers have made for greater material and energy efficiency, less need for physical transport, more widespread intelligence basically throughout civilization and culture.
The Boston researchers decided to try tuning out the strong signal from water to see whether what remained -- basically, the signal from the fat-containing lipoproteins -- would show a clearer difference between people with cancer and people without.