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base level

n.
The lowest level to which a land surface can be reduced by the action of running water.

base level

n
(Physical Geography) the lowest level to which a land surface can be eroded by streams, which is, ultimately, sea level
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Tenders are invited for ME-nchenbuchsee, Klosterweg: Education Centre for Hearing and Language ME-nchenbuchsee construction of a sports hall, a vierklassigen base level and a psychomotor area
7 points, topping its 100-point base level for the first time in four years, on the back of an improved outlook in the services sector.
For those of us who have worked solely at base level, the mystery of working outside of our traditional scope is enticing.
Then, it was all about going for achingly-long runs in the woods and around the training grounds, helping players build up a base level of fitness that might have been lost over the summer.
Repair Network Transformation will allow the Air Force to reduce base level maintenance manpower while still providing high quality repair of Air Force equipment and spares.
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SAF/FMT has been appointed as FSORT's champion and will facilitate team linkages with the AFFSC, while helping to improve those processes that will remain at base level.
The Advanced Performance Management suite offers a base level of network monitoring, including router and wide area network utilization; captures and reports on parameters offered as SLAs; tracks and verifies reported SLA values; tracks data flows across the network; and provides a high-level analysis of traffic, application usage and bandwidth usage.
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New interrupt handling capabilities allow UltraController-II applications to perform high-speed, base level computation and handle time-critical events as they occur.
We may have highly sophisticated computer networks and wireless everything, but they and everything else of value are, at base level, created from raw materials like oil, gas, water, minerals, agricultural products and, of course, trees.

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