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smooth-haired breed of hound with short legs and long ears

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appear at the surface

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Cardinal Bassette was received by Palestinian officials, including
For Giarratano, Washington, Bassette and Payne, Rule 1.
The uncle of tragic John Kennedy Jnr, who died last year with wife Carolyn Bassette when his plane crashed into the Atlantic, was spending a day with two friends and his six grand-children on his yacht when danger struck.
Reggie Bassette scored 17 points and Odell Hodge added 10, leading Old Dominion to a 56-47 victory Saturday night over cold-shooting Pepperdine in the consolation game of the Carrier Classic.
Patricia Mortimer of Canton, Georgia donated to the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta; Cherie Jones of Elgin, Illinois donated to the Northern Illinois Food Bank; Emily Diederich of Mattawan, Michigan donated to Calvary Reformed Church; Mary Dossinger of Winston-Salem, North Carolina donated to the River Run International Film Festival; Kimberly Luongo of Parish, Florida split her donation between the Society of the Little Flower and The Franciscans; and Diane Bassette of Agawam, Massachusetts donated to the Shriners Hospital in Springfield, Massachusetts.
The book was produced and printed by longtime Agfa supplier Bassette Printers, Springfield, MA.
1-mile home course in 22:30, followed by Rachael Bassette of Quaboag (22:51), Samantha Cogliandro of Uxbridge (24:30) and Nicole White of Uxbridge (24:35).