Basel

[n] - a city in northwestern Switzerland
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Basel

Basle noun a city in northwestern Switzerland
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Basel

(from the article `Switzerland`) ...cities organized to maintain public peace, and attacked the Swiss ally Graubünden, thus igniting the Swabian (or Swiss) War. After several battles ... Halbkanton (demicanton), northern Switzerland, traversed by the Jura Mountains and drained by the Ergolz and Birs rivers. It was formed in 1833 by...
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Basel

capital of the Halbkanton (demicanton) of Basel-Stadt (with which it is virtually coextensive), northern Switzerland. It lies along the Rhine River, ... [8 related articles]
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Basel

Basel is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `King` Basalia,Basel,Basil,Basile,Basileus,Basilia,Basilio The name Basel doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Basel seems to be unique!
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Basel

Basel (bä'zul) or Basle (bäl) , Fr. Bâle, canton, N Switzerland, bordering on France and Germany. It is bounded in the N by the Rhine River (which becomes navigable in the canton) and in the S by the Jura Mts. Although it has industries, Basel is mainly a region of fertile fields,...
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Basel

(city) Commercial and industrial city, capital of Basel-Stadt demi-canton, Switzerland, situated on the Rhine at the point where the French, German, and Swiss borders meet; population (2003 est) 162,800, urban agglomeration 553,800. Manufactured goods include machinery, dyes, silk ...
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Basel

Basel əl l (or, less often used: Basle), Basel; pron) is Switzerland`s third most populous city (behind Zürich and Geneva) with about 195,000 inhabitants. Located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet, Basel also has suburbs in France and Germany. In 2011, the Basel agglomeration was the third largest in Switzerland with a population ....
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BASEL

Lower limit of erosion of the land's surface by running water. Controlled locally and temporarily by the water level of stream mouths emptying into lakes, or more generally and semi-permanently by the level of the ocean (mean sea level).
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