Bason


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Ba´son

    (bā´s'n)
n.1.A basin.
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of 21 edibles, including Wheat Rice 20kg bag at Rs 760, Rice Basmati (Super Colonel new) Rs 65/kg while Old rice at Rs 70/kg, Rice basmati (386) Rs 37/kg, pulse gram Rs 110, white gram Rs 105/kg, Mash Rs 220, Bason Rs 110.
ABF's finance boss John Bason said Italy, its 10th overseas market, had big potential.
Finance boss John Bason said the impact would run into the "hundreds of millions of pounds" in the next financial year, although they were doing things like driving harder bargains with suppliers to offset some of that.
According to notification the new rates of wheat flour are Rs 38/kg while 20 kg bag in Rs 760, Basmati rice Rs 130/kg, rice 386 Basmati Rs 55/kg, pulse gram Rs 68/kg, Masoor Rs 125165 and Bason Rs 72/kg.
The three little maids are Sandra Tinson, Maggie Lowe and Amee Bason.
Organiser David Bason said: Please come along and support this great cause.
Cov fell further behind within a minute of the restart when they surrendered possession by kicking ahead in midfield, leading to a try for Tom Bason, which Whatlang converted superbly from the right touchline.
Davis will report to James Bason, President of TruFund, and provide direction and leadership for TruFund in the Alabama market.
According to company president Clem Bason the slower winter season has led travel providers in warmer weather destinations like Hawaii, Daytona Beach, the Florida Keys and Las Vegas to discount more competitively in their bid to win travelers.
Clem Bason, president of Hotwire Group, also noticed that more people are headed to Florida.
DC Andy Bason, from Merseyside Police's Robbery Squad, said: " I would urge anyone with information about the offence or whereabouts of any of the property contact me.
The company president, Clem Bason, said, 'As we exit winter and temperatures begin to rise we're seeing warm-weather locales like Southern California and Dallas offering great prices to entice travellers looking to get a head start on their spring vacations.