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Synonyms for fixture

an object firmly fixed in place (especially in a household)

a regular patron

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the quality of being fixed in place as by some firm attachment

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Reversing the Sixth Circuit, the Supreme Court held that a failure of complete diversity at the time of removal "[was] not fatal to the ensuing adjudication if federal jurisdictional requirements are met at the time judgment [was] entered.
rights were not being exercised at the time of removal, or that the
At the time of removal, the tumors are typically firm, circumscribed whitish-yellow nodules.
Apparently the Gellhorn pessary is actually designed with a central "canal" meant to be used to inject water or saline at the time of removal to aid in breaking the suction.
The authors concluded, "The overwhelming majority of patients who undergo surgical removal of tubes will show complete tympanic membrane healing independent of technique at time of removal, duration of intubation, patient age, or indication for removal.
Vandermeulen et al reported that both the physical act of catheter removal and the patient's coagulation status at the time of removal are critical factors in the development of spinal haematoma (3).
Uniform pressing, high void volume, compaction resistance and steady state permeability promote good sheet finish and high dewatering from day one until time of removal.
The general rule is that the propriety of removal is based on the complaint that existed at the time of removal, so moving to add nondiverse defendants offers no guarantee of remand.
Why is there a discrepancy of $7000 between the inventory taken at the time of removal from Flin Flon (1995) and the inventory of January 2000?
In an attempt to improve the life span of donor organs, a Winnipeg research team is investigating preserving donor livers in ethanol to increase their life span between the time of removal from the donor and transplanted into the recipient.
Warm, oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood is perfused through the organ from the time of removal until it is implanted, maintaining the heart in a warm, functioning state outside the body until it is ready for implantation.
In the case of metallic minerals, locally extracted or produced copper, gold, chromite and other metallic minerals will be slapped 4-percent excise tax based on the actual market value of the gross output thereof at the time of removal.
It can be attributed to the standardized method of removal in which meticulous attention was paid to avoid pneumothorax at the time of removal, which emphasizes that the procedure of tube removal should be given the same amount of importance as it is for insertion.
In the case of disclosure at the time of removal operations of any impropriety, the reception of the agreement will take place only after they have been removed by the Contractor.