Baltimore has begun building the basics of the program into a lot of what they do.
Start by linking your device to your smartphone or computer and entering the basics—height, weight, etc.
If you look at the basics, the program is not all that different from its rivals.
In contrast, the basics in these rapidly growing economies involve large-scale investment and the presence of the right resources.
Any great cook needs to know the basics when it comes to the kitchen, and this is the book that will teach you just that.
We must keep that edge, and to do so we need to begin renewing the basics--starting with our educational system.
But they either can't, or won't, take the time to learn the basics of the field they want to excel in.
This nation will not go back to the days of simply shuffling children along from grade to grade without them learning the basics.
Production of the basics had become so profuse that poverty in the old sense of the word had become nonsensical.
It is hovering on the borders of a region containing this planet we are to land on—a region operating on other basics.
computer language, 1964, initialism for Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code; invented by Hungarian-born U.S. computer scientist John G. Kemeny (1926-1992) and U.S. computer scientist Thomas E. Kurtz (b.1928).
basic ba·sic (bā'sĭk)
Of, being, or serving as a starting point or basis.
Producing, resulting from, or relating to a base.
Containing a base, especially in excess of acid.
Containing oxide or hydroxide anions.