Altern base

(redirected from True base)
(Trig.) a second side made base, in distinction from a side previously regarded as base.
See under Altern.

See also: Altern, Base

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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QUETTA -- Governor Balochistan, Amanullah Khan Yasinzai has stated that education is key to success and every kind of development and only the educated persons can provide true base for sustainable development.
Understanding the true base load or fixed portion of energy consumption is a good place to start.
It is a true base load capacity and helps reduce green house gas emissions and overall dependence on fossil fuels.
Maliki has called on "the others to contribute with him in his viewpoint, but the important thing is 'who shall lay the first brick in the true base?..We hope it shall be us, as we have already achieved goals in the Iraqi sovereignty, hoping to reach the complete sovereignty."
Methods of identifying the base that decrease the likelihood of leaving residual appendix include: tracing the taenia coli of the cecum to the appendix, or dissecting and ligating the recurrent branch of the appendiceal artery, which marks the true base of the appendix.
But President Bush's level of interest in grappling with the problems of our weapons complex is reflected by the fact that he has not chosen to appoint to the National Security Council any staff members with a true base of knowledge and interest in the issue.
Making money by gambling on the Stock Exchange in ever more complex and abstract ways, divorced from the true base of wealth - making things other people want.
The problem, of course, is that their true base -Stradey Park -is a long way away from which to launch a marketing offensive, and, as a necessary consequence of appeasing some Llanelli supporters who are unhappy about the North and mid Wales arrangements, there are no more than a couple of games up at Wrexham.
Allow only true base stealers to make steal attempts.