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Basin - Wikipedia


Basin is another term for a sink (plumbing fixture) or a bowl (round container). Basin may also refer to: Wash basin, a sink or bowl to contain water for cleaning ...



Basin is your home for bath and beauty products designed just for you! Find the fresh, fragrant, fun way to pamper yourself with notable natural products.

basin - National Geographic Society


A basin is a depression, or dip, in the Earth's surface.

Basin | Disney Springs


Experience a plethora of natural skin and bath products, including hand cut soaps, bath crystals, bath salts and more at Basin Disney Springs.

Town of Basin


Community information, including local activities and history.

BASINS | EPA Center for Exposure Assessment Modeling (CEAM ...


May 23, 2016 ... Better Assessment Science Integrating Point and Nonpoint Sources (BASINS) is a multipurpose environmental analysis system designed to ...

Basin Seafood and Spirits


Fresh local seafood on Magazine Street in the New Orleans Garden District with outdoor seating.

Arapahoe Basin Ski & Snowboard Area, Summit County Colorado


Ski and ride at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area on the Continental Divide in Summit County Colorado A-Basin offers skiing, snowboarding, telemarking, ski lessons, ...

Arapahoe Basin Ski & Snowboard Area | The Mountain


Looking at the face of this mountain, it's easy to see how our founders believed that Arapahoe Basin could be one of Colorado's premier ski destinations.

Arapahoe Basin Ski & Snowboard Area | The Basin 411


Arapahoe Basin will OPEN for the 2016-17 season on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016. The Black Mountain Express lift will open at 9:00 am with access to the ...

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Basin | Define Basin at Dictionary.com


Basin definition, a circular container with a greater width than depth, becoming smaller toward the bottom, used chiefly to hold water or other liquid, especially for  ...

Basin | Definition of Basin by Merriam-Webster


a kitchen sink. : a large bowl that is used for mixing, cooking, or serving food. : the amount contained in a basin. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary.

basin - Wiktionary


From Middle English basin, from Old French bacin, from Vulgar Latin *baccinum, from Late Latin bacca (“wine jug”), from Gaulish *baskis, from Proto-Celtic ...