• a basket of currencies
  • 《経済》バスケット方式包括通貨単位(◇欧州通貨単位など)
  • basket dinner
  • ((米))持ち寄りの食事
  • A search is ordered, and the empty food basket and a fan bearing the Attavanti coat of arms are found in the chapel.
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  • According to a report in 1942, the Russian army discovered abandoned German trucks with pigeon cameras that could take photos in five-minute intervals, as well as dogs trained to carry pigeons in baskets.
  • Wikipedia: Pigeon photography
  • Alternatively, the mushrooms can be dried by cleaning with a brush (washing is not recommended), and then placing them in a wicker basket or bamboo steamer on top of a boiler or hot water tank.
  • Wikipedia: Boletus edulis
  • Attached to the ring is a structure called the nuclear basket that extends into the nucleoplasm, and a series of filamentous extensions that reach into the cytoplasm.
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  • Besides cutting down trees to sell wood, the poor also made a living by turning wood into charcoal, burning oyster shells to make lime, fired pots, and wove mats and baskets.
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  • Both stellate and basket cells form GABAergic synapses onto Purkinje cell dendrites.
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  • Common names for this species include basket flower, glandflower, jugflower and stick-in-the-jug.
  • Wikipedia: Adenanthos obovatus
  • Contrasting against Caravaggio’s sensual baskets of fruit, Chardin’s plush peaches, or Cezanne’s vibrant arrangements of apples, the mundane Campbell’s Soup Cans gave the art world a chill.
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  • From time to time the centre offered courses in a number of ancient technologies in subjects including textiles, clothing and basket making, as well as staging various open days, displays and demonstrations.
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  • German folklore held that storks found babies in caves or marshes and brought them to households in a basket on their backs or held in their beaks.
  • Wikipedia: White Stork
  • He later adopted it as his own signature, displaying it each time he drove to the basket.
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  • In 1886 the queen attempted to solicit the support of the United States in preserving Madagascar's sovereignty by sending gifts to then-President Grover Cleveland, including silk akotofahana cloths, an ivory pin and a woven basket.
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  • In the evening, they carry them in traditional baskets woven from banana leaves to the washing station, which may be several hours away.
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  • It is commonly known as the latticed stinkhorn, the basket stinkhorn, or the red cage, alluding to the striking fruit bodies that are shaped somewhat like a round or oval hollow sphere with interlaced or latticed branches.
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  • Lower growing cultivars are suitable for hanging baskets and border plantings.
  • Wikipedia: Xerochrysum bracteatum
  • Other crafts include basket weaving, beadworking, brass and bronze working, calabash carving and painting, embroidery, and leather working.
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  • Parallels are drawn between the Egyptian soldiers sneaking into Jaffa hidden in baskets to capture the city in the story Taking of Joppa and the Mycenaean Greeks sneaking into Troy inside the Trojan Horse.
  • Wikipedia: Ancient Egyptian literature
  • People in the professions of sailing, hunting, weaving, cobblery, basket making and fishing belonged to specific castes or subcastes.
  • Wikipedia: Rashtrakuta Dynasty
  • She used a hydrogen-filled gas balloon (or Charlière), as it allowed her to ascend in a basket little bigger than a chair, and there was no requirement for the volume of material necessary for a hot air balloon.
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  • Some authorities strongly advise against putting suspected death caps in the same basket with fungi collected for the table and to avoid touching them.
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  • The Eagle had been stocked with safety equipment such as guns, snowshoes, sleds, skis, a tent, a small boat (in the form of a bundle of bent sticks, to be assembled and covered with balloon silk), most of it stored not in the basket but in the storage space arranged above the balloon ring.
  • Wikipedia: S. A. Andrée's Arctic Balloon Expedition of 1897
  • The flesh of the bird could be preserved in its own fat and stored in containers for later consumption — hunters of the Ngāi Tahu tribe would pack the flesh in baskets made from the inner bark of Totara tree or in containers constructed from kelp.
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  • The rear half of the vehicle was taken up mostly by the turret basket and forty-six 45 millimetre rounds, as well as two 60 liter (13 Imp gal) fuel tanks.
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  • The slender rami of the lower bill and the flexible tongue muscles form the pouch into a basket for catching fish and, sometimes, rainwater, though in order not to hinder the swallowing of large fish, the tongue itself is tiny.
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  • The Somerset Levels is now the only area in the UK where basket willow is grown commercially.
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  • These subjects tended to grow more confident with each successive draw—whether they initially thought the basket with 60% black balls or the one with 60% red balls was the more likely source, their estimate of the probability increased.
  • Wikipedia: Confirmation bias