What is home base?

  • (noun): (baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands; it must be touched by a base runner in order to score.
    Synonyms: home plate, home, plate
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Home Base

HomeBase was a home improvement warehouse chain in the Western United States based in Irvine, California.

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Home Base - History
... by the mid-1990s, becoming the sixth largest home improvement retailer in the United States ... Square, it could not match the growth or pricing power of Home Depot or Lowe's ... it announced that 67 stores would be converted to a home decorating superstore chain, House2Home, and the remainder closed ...
Pelita - History - Name
... stake Pelita) Pelita Solo (2000-2002 home base at Manahan Stadium, Solo) Pelita Krakatau Steel (2002-2006) Pelita Jaya Purwakarta (2006-2007) Pelita Jabar (2008-2009) home base in Si Jalak Harupat Stadium, Bandung ...
Tasmanian A-League Bid - History - Home Base
... club are still divided over the location of home games with both the north and south ends of the state supporting home games being played in their own region ... one A-League Club for all Tasmanians playing home games in both the north and south of the state ...
Homebase (disambiguation)
... Homebase is a British home improvement store and garden centre ... Home base or Homebase may also refer to HomeBase, former US home improvement store Homebase (album), a 1991 album by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince Home Base (film), a ... An alternate name for home plate in baseball ...
Rauma Class Missile Boat - Vessels
... FNS Rauma Pennant number 70 ... Builder Hollming ...

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    Report of fashions in proud Italy,
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    Limps after in base imitation.
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    Once at home in high society, the aphorism now lives where it can.
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