Bases

• (pl. ) of Basis
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Bases

[fashion] The term bases is used to describe both the cloth military skirts (often part of a doublet or a jerkin), generally richly embroidered, worn over the armour of later men-at-arms such as French gendarmes in the late 15th to early 16th century, as well as the plate armour skirt later developed in imitation of cloth bases for suppleme...
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bases

bases (BAY suhz) Plural of basis and base. 1. Supports, pedestals, foundations, underpinnings, substructures: 'The tall building utilizes several kinds of bases or foundations to hold it solidly in place.' 2. Camps, stations, posts, billets, installations, garrisons: 'U.S. military units still have several bases in Europe.'
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BASES

British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences
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Bases

Our physical characteristics, susceptibility to diseases and disorders, and a range of behavioural characteristics are passed from generation to generation through DNA. DNA is a molecule of smaller units known as bases. There are four different bases found in deoxyribonucleic acid. These connect together into a long chain of bases to form the DNA m...
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Bases

The issues at question in a judicial case.
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