basto

basto

(ˈbæstəʊ)
n
the ace of clubs in certain card games, esp quadrille and ombre
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GE Marine announced on Thursday that Basto Fosen has chosen GE Marine's International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Tier III compliant marine diesel engines for new and re-powered vessels.
Under this order, financial details of which were not available, Basto Fosen has ordered six, eight-cylinder in-line engines for three new ferries and two, 16-cylinder V engines to re-power two existing vessels, namely Basto I and Basto II.
Over the years, Captain Arthur Carlos Barros Basto has been compared by historians to the French general Alfred Dreyfus, who was convicted in 1894, innocently, for high treason.
At issue was circumcision procedures performed on students of the Israel Theological Institute of Porto, which Barros Basto founded.
Request for reinstatement in the Army of Infantry Captain Arthur Carlos Barros Basto, who was the target of political and religious segregation in 1937.
Minibus driver Eduardo Bastos has been told he is facing a prison after being convicted of causing Izabela Elsa Agachi's death by dangerous driving.
Dubai: Brazilian midfielder Michel Bastos is set for a aAeu4 million (Dh19.
It is alleged minibus driver Eduardo Bastos stopped on the southbound carriageway between junctions 16 and 15 near Henley-in-Arden, without pulling onto the hard shoulder.
Tatiana Bastos plunged the six-inch knife into her former boyfriend's manhood when he spurned her advances.
Maria Silvia Bastos Marques is leading Brazilian steel giant CSN through a dramatic restructuring.
In 1947 Roa Bastos went into exile in Buenos Aires, where he lived until 1970.
Brazilian Andre Bastos, 18, was found guilty last week of the manslaughter of 33-year-old Claudio Fernandes last July.