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Synonyms for basis

Synonyms for basis

that on which something immaterial, such as an argument or a charge, rests

a justifying fact or consideration

an established position from which to operate or deal with others

a fundamental principle or underlying concept

Synonyms for basis

a relation that provides the foundation for something

the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained

the most important or necessary part of something

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About 180 installations would be closed, including 33 major bases.
Thirty-eight American military facilities already dominate one-fifth of the southern island's land; though Okinawa is less than one percent of Japan's territory, it provides 75 percent of the acreage for America's Japanese bases.
According to -35T(b)(1), all of the members' bases in the subsidiary member's stock immediately before such transfer are aggregated.
In respect of using IAS for company tax purposes, TEI is pleased to submit the following written comments on the Consultation Document, The application of International Accounting Standards (IAS) in 2005 and the implications for the introduction of a consolidated tax base for companies' EU-wide activities issued in February 2003 ("Consultation Document").
A library of standard mold bases is due out this month.
In DNA, bases come in four flavors--adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine.
Data bases -- are they just for use in the realm of computer programmers?
At 301,000-acre Edwards Air Force Base, supporters believe the Antelope Valley facility is safe from closure, but worry that units or work might be diverted to bases elsewhere, such as Eglin AFB in Florida, where weapons are tested.
To the extent that the excluded COD did not reduce R's NOLs, capital losses or asset bases, it would not be treated as tax-exempt income under Regs.
Just why DNA and RNA use only four bases remains one of the grand mysteries of biology.
The Governor's Council on Base Support and Retention urges political unity and continued promotion of California's unique assets in a report issued just weeks before the Pentagon releases its recommendations for which bases to close.
If immediately after the transaction, S leaves the group, the basis-redetermination rule requires a reallocation of the group members' S stock bases.
The basis of this special asset would be equal to the difference between the acquisition price of the shares of the subsidiary (including its liabilities) and the sum of the tax bases of the assets acquired.
The analysis is part of a campaign aimed at federal officials developing criteria for cutting military bases through the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure process.
Shenzhen IC Base, one of seven national IC design bases in China, provides Chinese IC design firms with access to electronic design infrastructure and tools.