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Bas·sen

(bas'ĕn),
Frank A., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Bassen-Kornzweig syndrome.
References in classic literature ?
the Bass and Tenor of the Man and the Soprano and Contralto of the two Women?
So exquisite is the adaptation of Bass to Treble, of Tenor to Contralto, that oftentimes the Loved Ones, though twenty thousand leagues away, recognize at once the responsive note of their destined Lover; and, penetrating the paltry obstacles of distance, Love unites the three.
The first to dance in the hot oil were the mullets, the bass followed, then the whitefish, the flounders, and the anchovies.
Sergey Ivanovitch would have said something, but Pestsov interrupted him in his rich bass.
But we take our stand on principle as the ideal," replied Pestsov in his mellow bass.
You will diminish them, indeed," returned the arch girl; "for never did I hear a more unworthy conjunction of execution and language than that to which I have been listening; and I was far gone in a learned inquiry into the causes of such an unfitness between sound and sense, when you broke the charm of my musings by that bass of yours, Duncan
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.
Here were old friends aboard, who fried my black bass in olive oil.
The size and number of bass is impacted by events that occur after egg laying rather than the quantity of eggs laid or nests constructed.
This gift will be used to expand a new class of seminars, to be known as Bass Seminars.
Last week's release was the third batch of white sea bass dropped since 1999 by the institute, which is among 15 facilities from Santa Barbara to San Diego volunteering in the ocean replenishing program.
Friends of Castaic Lake, a nonprofit group that raised and donated more than $3,000 to purchase the fish, sought coves rich with underwater vegetation that they hope will provide a protective habitat for the Florida largemouth bass fingerlings.