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Meanings and phrases
- the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage; cellar
- the ground floor facade or interior in Renaissance architecture
- The Azadi Museum is located at the basement level.
- The basement level is covered with rock-faced stone, which continues around the exterior.
- It stood three stories tall, and included a partially raised basement level and an attic level.
- The third floor and raised basement are servant quarters.
- The entire house is constructed in brick above a raised basement.
- The two-story building is rectangular, set atop a raised basement.
- This is most likely due to the biochemistry of the parenchymal basement membrane and the astrocytic foot processes.
- FOXC2 is required during early development of the kidneys, including differentiation of podocytes and maturation of the glomerular basement membrane.
- potentially malignant) condition, because the biologically abnormal cells have not yet crossed the basement membrane to invade the surrounding tissue.
- The higher competence of the Caledonian basement rocks made them more resistant to erosion.
- North of Muruntau, Devonian and Carboniferous carbonate rocks are thrust over the top of the older basement rocks.
- The Coyote Mountains range consists of uplifted metamorphic basement rocks overlain by younger volcanic and sedimentary rocks.
- It has one story above ground but also has a full basement.
- Unusual for a Wright-designed house, it has a full basement.
- The courthouse also has a full basement.
- The plateau consists of thick sandstone formations that overlie granitic basement rock.
- It has been excavated into the basement rock beneath the volcanic field, and is itself surrounded by a rim less than high.
- It can be described as rooted to its basement rock as opposed to an allochthonous block or nappe which has been relocated from its site of formation.