Double base

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(Mus.) the largest and lowest-toned instrument in the violin form; the contrabasso or violone.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Medics told her to stop taking the steroids and treated her with a double base gel and also given Indometacin tablets tablets to reduce the swelling.
The dining kitchen includes base units and wall cupboards in a cream finish with contrasting melamine working surfaces providing 'L' shaped worktop, two double base and one single base unit, cooker reveal for a range master cooker with a stainless steel splash back and extractor hood.
The second double bedroom also has an en-suite shower room with shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin with double base unit, and wc.
These types of propellants are available in single or double base.
Mr Sandiford said the explosive, which experts said would have been "unreliable" and "unpredictable", was made up of batteries, the barrel of a marker pen, pins, and double base smokeless propellant normally found in firearms ammunition.
Records showed that the town directly contracted the purchase of 36 sets OF SENAO SN 6108 long range radio/telephone, consisting of 1 mother base, 9 units OF programmable handsets, 10 units of battery chargers, 10 units of chargeable batteries, 10 units of telephone jackets, 1 unit of connector, 1 unit of umbrella type antenna with cable, 10 units of operating manuals; and, 35 sets of SENAO SN 568 super long range cordless radio/telephone double base with cable and umbrella type antenna.
Ambling around a corner I hear jazz double base notes throbbing in a basement.
The bottles feature a double base that increases height and "product presence" without requiring more glass for manufacturing.
The BoJ has stood pat on monetary policy since April last year, when it pledged to double base money via aggressive government debt and risk asset purchases to accelerate inflation in two years and end decades of deflation.
The BOJ has kept monetary policy steady since deploying an intense burst of stimulus in April last year, when it pledged to double base money via aggressive asset purchases to accelerate inflation to 2 percent in roughly two years.
BOJ launched an intense stimulus programme last April, when it pledged to double base money via aggressive asset purchases to achieve its two percent inflation target in roughly two years, the report noted.