A place where dreams are deferred on a daily basis simply because the child happens to be born Palestinian.
I have no time to defend petty theives on the basis of ideology.
So reports TPM, and I can find no basis on which to disagree.
He says he got the idea for the book simply by noticing patterns in the images he was looking on a daily basis.
And on a monthly basis, prices in every one of the large cities in the 20-city index were up in June compared with May.
The work is to be commended on the basis of its value to the individual boy.
You are judging us with yourself as a basis of contrast, I fancy!
They have formed the basis of the great improvements in the breeds in Great Britain.
This was to be elected on the basis of a census taken by the county officials.
I am still of opinion that our best way to reach them is from a Chinese basis.
1570s, "bottom or foundation (of something material)," from Latin basis "foundation," from Greek basis "a step, stand, base, that whereon one stands," from bainein "go, step" (see come). Transferred and figurative senses (of immaterial things) are from c.1600.
basis ba·sis (bā'sĭs)
n. pl. ba·ses (-sēz')
The foundation upon which something, such as an anatomical part, rests.