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Synonyms for transfix



Synonyms for transfix

to compel, as the attention, interest, or imagination, of

Synonyms for transfix

to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe

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pierce with a sharp stake or point

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Transfix, which is partnering with BAMFi on the factoring service, says that Transfix's technology, ease of use and cost will make it a superior product compared to other factoring services.
It's primarily the doc's lensing, also by Kranioti, that helps prevent a reminiscence-driven character study from getting stuck In the doldrums: The heart-stopping seascapes and mesmeric machinery of ocean-going cargo ships transfix, even during narrative lulls., the brainchild of founder and CEO Michael Messner, is “not just an evolution, but a revolution in how we translate language online,” according to Messner.
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The implants are designed to transfix the sacrum and ilium, providing stability for bony fusion.
Iliotibial band friction syndrome after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using the transfix device: report of two cases and review of the literature.
and stirred the world that rich mixture of colors which transfix us
News is cheap, and the big Washington stories that transfix the media pack are in many ways the cheapest of all because all of the major outlets are on them together.
Transfix chief operating officer Lily Shen has added president to her title.
I met him once and found him personable and engaging, but he used this to transfix the gullible and easily led.
She dressed up to play singer Meb Twaheely of the band Twaheely Transfix for the second season of BBC3 comedy This Is Jinsy.
It's a story that transfixed America during the Depression in the 30s, and which is now set to transfix cinema audiences.