bast says that what we see as the end begins will depend on what form the end takes.
bast himself spent roughly $350,000 preparing for the end, but it does not have to be so expensive.
“2012 is a great excuse to prepare for the worst,” bast says.
bast, it turns out, runs a bit of a side business involving favors for children done in exchange for secrets.
His entry takes the reader through a day of mischief with bast, the somewhat mysterious creature from the Chronicles series.
All bast fibers are obtained near the outer surface of the plant stems.
Money: give Mr. bast money, and don't bother about his ideals.
This layer is made up largely of tough fiberlike cells known as bast fibers.
Now that the first shock was over, she saw that there was every reason to premise a Mrs. bast.
Xylem, zī′lem, n. the woody part of vegetable tissue—opposed to the phlom, or bast part.
"inner bark of the linden tree," Old English bæst, a general Germanic word (cf. Old Norse, Old Saxon, Middle Dutch, Old High German, German bast), of uncertain origin.