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having distinct limits

in a definite and final form; not likely to change

on an unwavering course of action

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(of a number) having a fixed and unchanging value

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fixed and unmoving

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securely placed or fastened or set

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incapable of being changed or moved or undone

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There was the comb I had contrived out of the stumps of the king's beard, and another of the same materials, but fixed into a paring of her majesty's thumb-nail, which served for the back.
These words had been pronounced with such enthusiasm and evident truth, that every eye was fixed on the count's forehead, and he himself passed his hand across it, as if he felt Ali's blood still lingering there.
It was morbid, she knew, to imagine such things; nevertheless she sought out the figures of the others between the trees, and whenever she saw them she kept her eyes fixed on them, so that she might be able to protect them from disaster.
Raising their eyes above the trees, they fixed them on the stars and the pale border of sky above the trees.
Table 27: World Historic Review for Fixed Compensation Systems
Risk: A distinction between variable and fixed annuities is investment risk.
That requires educating staff about fixed income--and then educating clients.
By doing this, the need to back up large amounts of data on fixed disk devices is mitigated, thus decreasing the back up window and reducing the amount of storage hardware to allocate and manage.
For those buyers, Gumbinger suggests hybrid adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), which feature a fixed interest rate usually for three, five, seven, or 10 years until they turn into traditional adjustable-rate mortgages.
15% might be allocated to cover the fixed costs of agencies, branches or wholesaling, and 20% might be allocated to cover the fixed costs of home office-based management, marketing and sales support.
C&W IDC's press release says the action was intended to protect "the public interest with regards to the retail rate of calls originating from fixed lines and put an end to discriminatory price-setting practices against fixed-line operators.
A rental agreement has increasing or decreasing rent if during the lease term the annualized fixed rent allocated to any rental period exceeds the annualized fixed rent allocated to any other rental period.
Fixed-rate mortgages take their name from the fact that the interest rate is fixed for the life of the mortgage.
For example, the swap is a widely accepted method of converting floating-rate loans to fixed rates.
A consortium of cellular telecommunication operators in Pakistan is establishing a central MNP database, a copy of which will be accessed and maintained by all mobile and fixed network operators in Pakistan.