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  • 41 Fixed prosthodontics — in dentistry is a technique used to restore teeth, using fixed restorations (also referred to as indirect restorations), which include crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and veneers. Prosthodontists are specialist dentists who have undertaken… …

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  • 42 Fixed Property — ist ein Analysemuster nach Martin Fowler. Es beschreibt die gängigste Art wie Eigenschaften eines Objektes modelliert werden. Jedes Objekt besitzt Objekt Eigenschaften, welche Informationen über das Objekt enthalten und es dadurch klassifizieren …

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  • 43 Fixed — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fixed EP de Nine Inch Nails Publicación 7 de diciembre de 1992 Grabación Matrix, Londres …

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  • 44 fixed capital — ➔ capital * * *    Fixed assets that are purchased out of paid up capital.    ► See also Paid up Capital. * * * fixed capital UK US noun [U] ► ACCOUNTING, FINANCE money that a company has invested in assets such as buildings, machinery, etc.: »In …

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  • 45 fixed deposit — ➔ deposit1 * * * fixed deposit UK US noun [C or U] ► BANKING, FINANCE an arrangement with a bank in which you leave your money in an account for a particular length of time, in order to get a higher rate of interest that is fixed: »a fixed… …

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  • 46 fixed price — ➔ price1 * * * fixed price UK US noun [C] COMMERCE ► a price that will not change after it is agreed: »We agreed to purchase the finished goods at a fixed price. »With a fixed price contract, the builder pays all extra costs beyond its agreed… …

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  • 47 Fixed verse — forms are a kind of template or formula that poetry can be composed in. The converse of fixed verse is Free Verse poetry, which by design has little or no pre established guidelines.The various poetic forms, such as meter, rhyme scheme, and… …

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  • 48 fixed asset — see asset 2 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. fixed asset …

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  • 49 fixed currency — ➔ currency * * * fixed currency UK US noun [C] (plural fixed currencies) ► ECONOMICS, MONEY a currency whose value in relation to another currency or other currencies is kept at the same level by a central bank, etc.: »We ll do all we can to… …

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  • 50 fixed expense — ➔ expense * * * fixed expense UK US noun [C, usually plural] ► ACCOUNTING FIXED COST(Cf. ↑fixed cost) …

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  • 51 fixed-rate — UK US noun [C] ► FINANCE an interest rate on a loan that is fixed when the loan is taken out and that does not change: »a buy to let loan at a fixed rate of 4% → Compare FLOATING RATE(Cf. ↑floating rate), VARIABLE RATE(Cf. ↑ …

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  • 52 Fixed Mobile Substitution — Fixed Mobile Substitution, usually abbreviated to FMS, is the use of a mobile phone (cellular phone) instead of a fixed, wired, POTS telephone.Although strictly, this could simply be as the result of a subscriber making an indidividual choice… …

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  • 53 Fixed Limit — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fixed limit que también se llama límite es una modalidad de texas hold em, es decir una variante de póquer En límite uno solo puede apostar una cantidad de dinero fijo. Al contrario en no limit uno siempre puede… …

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  • 54 fixed capital — see capital Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. fixed capital …

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  • 55 fixed instalment system — ➔ system * * * fixed instalment system UK US noun [C] ► ACCOUNTING a method of depreciating (= spreading the cost of something over several financial years) an asset in a company s accounts in which the same amount is subtracted every year: »We… …

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  • 56 fixed investment — ➔ investment * * * fixed investment UK US noun [C or U] ► ACCOUNTING, FINANCE money that a company invests in assets such as buildings, property, and machinery: »The GNP last quarter showed a fall in consumption and fixed investment …

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  • 57 fixed wireless — ˌfixed ˈwireless noun [uncountable] COMPUTING a piece of electronic equipment, such as a computer or a telephone, that usually stays in the same place, and which is connected to other telephones, computers etc without wires * * * fixed wireless… …

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  • 58 fixed term — UK US noun [C] ► a period of time that has been agreed: »She was hired for a fixed term of three years. »There is no flexibility to change the arrangement until the end of a fixed term. »We employed her on a fixed term contract, for two years. →… …

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  • 59 Fixed income arbitrage — is an investment strategy generally associated with hedge funds, which consists of the discovery and exploitation of inefficiencies in the pricing of bonds, i.e. instruments from either public or private issuers yielding a contractually fixed… …

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  • 60 Fixed price — is a phrase used in Indian English to mean that no bargaining is allowed over the price of a good or, less commonly, a service. As bargaining is very common in many parts of the world outside of Europe and North America, this term expresses an… …

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