A container used to hold or carry things, typically made from interwoven strips of cane or wire
a laundry basket
A structure suspended from the envelope of a hot-air balloon for carrying the crew, equipment, and ballast
A group or range of currencies or investments
the European currency unit is made up of a basket of ten currencies
A net fixed on a hoop used as the goal
A goal scored
a container that is usually woven and has handles
the quantity contained in a basket
horizontal circular metal hoop supporting a net through which players try to throw the basketball
a score in basketball made by throwing the ball through the hoop
A basket is a container which is traditionally constructed from stiff fibres, often made of willow. The top is either left open or the basket may be fitted with a lid.
BasKet Note Pads is a KDE program for organizing, sharing, and taking notes. It can manage various types of information such as to-do lists, links, pictures, and other types, similar to a scrapbook.
Basket is a cheese made from cow's milk and is found as two types; fresh and dry. Fresh basket has no salt taste, while dry basket has a mild salt taste to it. Basket gets its name from the way it is formed (inside a basket).
A basket is an economic term for a group of several securities created for the purpose of simultaneous buying or selling. Baskets are frequently used for program trading.
The pharaoh is often shown in reliefs or in cartouche-related statements as Lord of the Two Lands. The basket hieroglyph is used as 'lord', or 'king'. Queens, or goddesses use the 'lordess' form, the feminine implied from the "t" hieroglyph but not needed for the basket. ...
A lightweight container, generally round, open at the top, and tapering toward the bottom; A wire or plastic container similar in shape to a basket, used for carrying articles for purchase in a shop; In an online shop, a notional place to store items before ordering them; A circular hoop, from ...
(BASKETS) Keeps the poles from slipping into mud and soft soil (practice environmental stewardship by using your Baskets!)
Baskets effectively break up a chest freezer into compartments and make its organization easier.
Consists of the rim and the net.
As you are looking through the property list you can add properties to your basket if you want to come back to them. To add a property to your basket, follow the view details link for the property you are interested in, then follow the add to basket link on the details page. ...
Industry term for those flimsy carboard things that hold 6-packs (of bottles) together. Also known as a carrier or liner. Latrobe Brewery is the only company (that I'm aware of) using this term in its advertising: they call a Rolling Rock 6-pack a "basket of rocks".
Typically round or star-shaped plastic piece located at the bottom end of a ski pole. Their primary purpose is to keep your poles from pushing too deep into the snow.
The minimum threshold which must be exceeded before an Acquirer is entitled to receive and Indemnification payment for losses caused by a Seller's breach of Representations & Warranties.
A group of currencies normally used to manage the exchange rate of a currency.
This fancy setting exhibits a lacy, basket-like appearance through multiple holes pierced in the side.
Born of the original tone pole, the game of Disc Golf advanced rapidly with the invention of “Steady” Ed's Disc Pole Hole or “Basket” as it is commonly referred to by disc golfers. Once a disc comes to rest in the trapper basket, the hole is considered complete.
A portfolio consisting of more than one security that may or may not replicate an index. For example, a share or equity basket is one that contains shares in more than one company.
attached to the backboard, it consists of a metal rim 18" in diameter suspended 10' from the floor, from which a 15-18" corded net hangs, and through which points are scored; also used to refer to a successful field goal.
the metal frame of a speaker.
a container manufactured by the weaving, coiling or twining of vegetal materials such as cane or straw.
Plastic foot near the end of a ski pole shaft that provides a pushing platform for cross-country skiing. Racing poles feature smaller, lighter baskets than touring poles.