American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Bachelor of Agricultural Science
- abbr. Bachelor of Applied Science
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In roulette, a bet placed at the bottom of a vertical column of numbers, taking in 12 of them.
- military, US Basic Allowance for Subsistence
“Furthermore, that BAS is a very poor excuse for a Prayer and Service Book.”
“The BAS is a city facility, so checks payable to it belong to the city, not a separate nonprofit.”
“Designed for family child care providers, this session provides an overview of the BAS, which is designed to assess the quality of management practices in the family child care setting.”
“i wonder if the members of the BAS are the same people that sit on the Nobel Peace Prize committee. that would explain a lot.yeah. i'm a skeptic. and its got nothing to do with 'partisanship' and everything to do with reality.”
“July 1, 2010 and BHF Asset Servicing GmbH "BAS" on”
“On Tuesday (Jan. 10), the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (BAS) will announce whether they will nudge the minute hand forward or backward to reflect current trends in world security.”
“D.C. officials attribute the drop in scores to several factors, including a lack of alignment between material covered on the DC CAS and the DC BAS, a quarterly test designed to identify student weaknesses.”
“On Monday, Wintershall, the oil and gas exploration arm of Germany's BASF AG BASFY, BAS.XE and one of the largest operators in Libya, announced it was shutting around 100,000 barrels a day of output.”
“The BAS team says its discovery will help researchers better understand that process.”
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