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“Still readily available on cd from great Dutch label Basta Music:”
“The page is mainly blank except for the slogan in Italian "Basta destra e basta sinistra solo ANARCHIA!”
“He reached a point where he said "enough" (I think the Spanish word "Basta" is great for this) and wrote this extremely punchy post, targetted at those guys / gals who leave their "SEO" poo everywhere.”
“Basta is one of those fine Italian words that the Germans have managed to appropriate (read: swipe), and I’ve long wished we would adopt it.”
“Because most of the men jailed on contempt charges are of Italian descent, Italian-American groups have joined in a campaign called Basta (Enough).”
“Crones include Mortola, who is as two-dimensional as that useless villain Basta.”
“NEWSWEEK witnessed a Palestinian cameraman from The Associated Press and several foreigners from the International Solidarity Movement and from another group called Basta bleeding profusely and being helped into Palestinian Red Crescent ambulances.”
“But for those working daily to defeat Dobbs, the guiding force of our movement was not hate but love -- the love that we show ourselves when, in the face of daily attacks, we stand up and say "Basta," "Enough.”
“Basta," said he, laughing, "'tis for your sins I do it, not for mine.”
“(MARK LEFFINGWELL) "Basta" means "enough" in Italian, and appropriately so: After one spectacular evening at the month-old Pizzeria Basta in the Peloton, I'm prepared to say "enough" and declare this Boulder's best pizza joint.”
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