basal

[ bey-suh l, -zuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF basal

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Furthermore, morphology is in reality a basal consideration.

Synthlipsis: the basal constriction of the notocephalon in Notonectids.

Terminal: situated at the tip or extremity; opposed to basal.

This letter stated with full sincerity Lincoln's basal principle.

The basal for the rate of interest is the benefit or the advantage of the loan to the borrower.

The basal principles of Confucian ethics are the "five relations."

Nor is the basal idea on which it was founded ever explained to us.

Basal breadth of all six the same (three times as large as one pore); form, three-sided prismatic, with cuspidate distal end.

Both distal chambers cap-like, with a basal circle of ten to twelve large square meshes, the other pores very small.

Both middle chambers cap-like, with a basal circle of ten to twelve larger square pores, and small roundish pores on the cap.

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