the weight in pounds of a ream of paper of a basic size, usually 25 × 38 inches (63 × 96 cm) for book stock, 17 × 22 inches (43 × 55 cm) for writing stock, and 20 × 26 inches (50 × 66 cm) for cover stock.
the bottom or base of anything; the part on which something stands or rests. anything upon which something is based; fundamental principle; groundwork. the principal constituent; fundamental ingredient. a basic fact, amount, standard, etc., used in making computations, reaching conclusions, or the like: The nurse is paid on an hourly basis. He was chosen on […]
basisphenoid basisphenoid ba·si·sphe·noid (bā’sĭ-sfē’noid’) adj. Of or relating to the base or body of the sphenoid bone. Relating to or being the independent center of ossification in the embryo that forms the posterior portion of the body of the sphenoid bone. Historical Examples The basi-occipital (fig. 93, 1) too is fused with the basisphenoid. The […]
- Basivertebral vein
basivertebral vein basivertebral vein ba·si·ver·te·bral vein (bā’sə-vûr’tə-brəl, -vər-tē’brəl) n. Any of a number of veins in the spongy substance of the verterbral bodies, emptying into the venous plexus running along the anterior of the vertebral canal to the dura..
to lie in or be exposed to a pleasant warmth: to bask in the sunshine. to enjoy a pleasant situation: He basked in royal favor. Obsolete. to expose to warmth or heat. Contemporary Examples But other Zentai enthusiasts wear their suits in public and bask in the reactions of startled passers-by. Men Who Love Lycra […]