Basil I


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Basil I

n
(Biography) known as the Macedonian. died 886 ad, Byzantine emperor (876–86): founder of the Macedonian dynasty
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B., A History of the Eastern Roman Empire from the Fall of Irene to the Accession of Basil I, A.
Basil is available in a variety of types or hybrids, but the most commonly used version has a fairly strong, pungent taste with notes of sweetness.
Toni Basil is still so fine, she can blow your mind.
Basil is as diverse as the cultures and regions around the globe.
3 VITAMIN K in basil is essential for bone strengthening by helping bone mineralisation.
Basil is economically important due to the use of its essential oils being used in hygiene and cleaning products, perfumes, cosmetics, local anesthetic and antiseptics.
Manuel's pet rat is on the loose inside the hotel and Basil is put to the test as he tries to capture it after it ends up in a customer's bag.
Basil is the common name for the culinary herb Ocimum basihcum, which is a member of the mint family.
"Basil is a strong family man," his cousin Brian Wooler told Remember When back in 2003.
Basil is a heavy feeder, especially when it comes to nitrogen.
Douglas Lane Patey notes that publication of the story of Basil at sixty was delayed, "in an act of self-punishing irony," to coincide with Waugh's own sixtieth birthday, remarking that Basil is "transparently Waugh himself: prematurely aged at sixty, fat, deaf, short of breath" (359).
Basil is widely used as a vegetable and as aromatic plant and was originated North West India, North East Africa and Middle Asia [7].