Ace Of Base
acid and base
Adam of Basing
(c. 1192—1264) draper
Advance Base School
Amberley, Raaf Base
Anti-Aircraft Weapons (Ground Based)
asset-based monetary aggregate
basal cell carcinoma
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1 at, of, or being a base (def. 4).
2 at, of, or being the minimum level for maintaining the normal or essential functioning of an organism.
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