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BAS

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Agricultural Science
2. Bachelor of Applied Science
3. Bachelor of Arts and Sciences

B.A.S.

1. Bachelor of Agricultural Science.
2. Bachelor of Applied Science.
References in classic literature ?
To any one who merely contemplates a map of the country this difficulty of getting from Godin to Malade River will appear inexplicable, as the intervening mountains terminate in the great Snake River plain, so that, apparently, it would be perfectly easy to proceed round their bases.
The great lower plain which extends to the feet of these mountains is broken up near their bases into crests, and ridges resembling the surges of the ocean breaking on a rocky shore.
Indeed when their bases are of the most degraded type (not more than the eighth part of an inch in size), they can hardly be distinguished from Straight Lines or Women; so extremely pointed are their vertices.
We may take it then that an army without its baggage-train is lost; without provisions it is lost; without bases of supply it is lost.
With runners of the Winesburg team on bases, Joe Welling became as one inspired.
This region, which resembles one of the immeasurable steppes of Asia, has not inaptly been termed "the great American desert." It spreads forth into undulating and treeless plains, and desolate sandy wastes wearisome to the eye from their extent and monotony, and which are supposed by geologists to have formed the ancient floor of the ocean, countless ages since, when its primeval waves beat against the granite bases of the Rocky Mountains.
The tribe shivering from the cold rain, huddled at the bases of great trees.
"Vienna considers the bases of the proposed treaty so unattainable that not even a continuity of most brilliant successes would secure them, and she doubts the means we have of gaining them.
Salman Al-Mahmeed, CEO of BAS, said: "BAS Does program is taking place to frame the social activities of BAS in an integrated and effective manner, in line with the company's vision and strategy."
Former BAS co-owner and ex-president of airBaltic Bertolt Flick said that the new board of BAS did not have the right to file such an application, and that he would consider taking further steps in the given circumstances.
While in the past Bas has based series on the Hardy Boys mysteries and Moby-Dick, here his inspirations seem more atomized: The works recall illustrations from early twentieth-century boy's adventure stories, shot through with allusions to Dennis Cooper, the pre-Raphaelites, and other literary and art-historical sources.
(Created after the release of the Book of Alternative Services, or BAS, the Prayer Book Society of Canada is dedicated to the preservation and continued use of the Book of Common Prayer.)