basser

basser

(ˈbæsə)
n
someone who kisses

basser

(ˈbæsə)
n
(Music, other) informal someone who plays the bass guitar or double bass
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Political Agent Basser Khan Wazir, along with some senior military officers, rushed to the area and assured the protesters that the administration would take measures to improve security in the area.
Domchek, executive director of the Basser Center for BRCA at the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, and national leader on the OlympiAD trials.
ainsi que ses anciens coequipiers Naybet, El Haddaoui, Salaheddine Basser.
Thus, disruption of white-matter microstructure detectable with DTI can reflect compromised myelin, cytoskeletal structure, or axonal density (Basser 1995; Basser and Pierpaoli 1996; Spielman et al.
Means of communication and their Relationships with the Educational Process-University of Saad Halba Alblaida, Al Basser Research and Consultation Center.
The company's board shows some of the most prestigious names in international Islamic finance, including Sheikh Taha Abdul Basser, former Islamic Chaplin at Harvard University and Shariah board member of Dubai's sovereign-backed private equity firm Fajr Capital, as well as two former McKinsey & Company partners specialised in Islamic finance.
On reasonable accommodation under the CRPD, see generally Janet E Lord & Rebecca Brown, "The Role of Reasonable Accommodation in Securing Substantive Equality for Persons with Disabilities: The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities" in Marcia H Rioux, Lee Ann Basser & Melinda Jones, eds, Critical Perspectives on Human Rights and Disability Law (Leiden, Neth: Martinus Nijhoff, 2011) 273.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS, Louise Rosner Meyer, Phil Johnston, James Biddle, Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan, Adam McKay, Ben Waisbren, Bruce Berman, Greg Basser.
He was riding his Honda 125 along Bradford Road in Batley when he overtook a Ford Focus being driven by Jowairiyya Basser.
in Explorations on Law and Disability in Australia 181, 181 (Melinda Jones & Lee Ann Basser Marks eds.