a department in NE France. 1848 sq. mi. (4785 sq. km).
The people of this district have a less soft pronunciation than those of Bas-Rhin.
Musical Myths and Facts, Volume I (of 2) Carl Engel
The democratic idea grew and was represented chiefly by the Courrier du Bas-Rhin which influenced public opinion.
Alsace-Lorraine Daniel Blumenthal.
In vain has the directory of the Bas-Rhin ordered its release; the Belfort municipality paid no attention to the order.
The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 2 (of 6) Hippolyte A. Taine
a department of NE France in Alsace region. Capital: Strasbourg. Pop: 1 052 698 (2003 est). Area: 4793 sq km (1869 sq miles)
toward the base. basad ba·sad (bā’sād’) adj. Having a direction toward the base of an object or structure.
of, at, or forming the base. forming a basis; fundamental; basic. Physiology. indicating a standard low level of activity of an organism, as during total rest. of an amount required to maintain this level. Medicine/Medical. serving to induce a preliminary or light anesthesia prior to total anesthetization. Historical Examples Fig. 71 shows a combination of […]
- Basal anaesthesia
noun preliminary and incomplete anaesthesia induced to prepare a surgical patient for total anaesthesia with another agent
- Basal body
a cylindrical organelle, within the cytoplasm of flagellated and ciliated cells, that contains microtubules and forms the base of a flagellum or cilium: identical in internal structure to a centriole. basal body n. A cellular organelle associated with the formation of cilia and flagella and resembling the centriole in structure. Also called basal granule.