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ba·sa

 (bä′sə)
n.
A catfish (Pangasius bocourti) native to Southeast Asia, often cultivated in fish farms for food. Also called pangasius.

[Vietnamese (cá) ba sa : , fish + ba sa, probably of Tai origin (ba, perhaps akin to Lao , fish).]
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La modificacion del articulo 27, para permitir que extranjeros puedan comprar playas, se basa, palabra por palabra, en el espiritu de Emiliano Zapata: "La arena es de quien se asolea en ella".
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The BASA statement was made in response to criticism by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan who said on Wednesday in his budget address that the charges banks imposed on their customers were too elevated.
Cumbrian Seafoods lost [pounds sterling] 11m of business after basa supplied by the company was pulled from shelves last year, The Grocer can reveal.
The BASA Executive Agreement was signed by the FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt and the Secretary of Ministry of Civil Aviation for India, Dr.
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