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baseplate

(ˈbeɪsˌpleɪt)
n
a flat supporting plate or frame at the base of a column, designed to distribute the column's weight over a greater area and provide increased stability
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"When we heard the project was looking for a temporary base, as a community-minded club, we were very happy to be able to step in and we look forward to being a part of PeterDeen."
It has been on the go for several years, however the group recently received planning permission to erect several cabins next to the Alex Collie Sports Centre which will be used as a temporary base until a more permanent home can be found.
There are several foreign and Arab diplomatic missions in Palestine operating from Ramallah, the temporary base of the Palestinian Authority.
An Army soldier was killed when some 50 suspected members of the New People's Army (NPA) attacked a temporary base camp about 4 a.m.
According to the report, around 50 to 60 female students from the Jamia Hafsa's temporary base at G-7 in Islamabad continue to visit the Lal Masjid.
Equi-Power now has a temporary base in Plean where they provide opportunities for equestrian vaulting, horse riding, equine assisted learning and volunteering.
Authorities said the group was using a forested area on the island as a temporary base.
Neath have form for giving clubless professional players a temporary base, with Mefin Davies having been accommodated by them after the winding up of Celtic Warriors in 2004.
"Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, this week Strikes will embark on an exciting new chapter as it re-opens in its temporary base.
Stubbs is running the rule over former Dundee United striker Mario Bilate at the club's temporary base in Spain.
Indian peacekeepers, UNMISS said in a statement, operate a temporary base set up in February this year in the Jonglei region town of Akobo in the north-east of the war-torn East African nation.

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