Bason


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Ba´son

    (bā´s'n)
n.1.A basin.
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First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Davit Zalkaliani held a meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of South Africa to Christian Bason (with residence in Kiev).
John Bason, finance chief at Primark owner Associated British Foods, insisted shops can thrive by offering people "something different.
Bason said: "It doesn't have to be over for the high street.
Sgt Neil Bason, from Wolverhampton's Violent Crime Team, said: "We understand that the teenager was in Staveley Park with a group of friends when he was attacked by a group of people.
According to the notification, 20-kg bag of flour will be sold for Rs 680, rice Basmati (Super Colonel new) Rs 75/kg, rice Basmati (386) Rs 45/kg, pulse gram Rs 142/kg, Mash Rs 195/kg, and Bason Rs 140/kg.
In these bazars, sugar, flour, bason and pulses are being provided at subsidized rates while prices of other edibles are kept under control.
The three little maids are Sandra Tinson, Maggie Lowe and Amee Bason.
Organiser David Bason said: Please come along and support this great cause.
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.
A Tom Bason try converted by Armstrong edged Blackheath back in front, Coventry responding with an O'Connor penalty and conversion of an interception try from Brett Daynes.