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  • 81 fixed — [adj1] permanent, steady anchored, attached, established, fast, firm, hitched, hooked, immobile, immotile, immovable, located, locked, made fast, nailed*, quiet, rigid, rooted, secure, set, settled, situated, solid, stable, steadfast, stiff,… …

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  • 82 fixed-term — ˌfixed ˈterm f125 [fixed term] adjective only before noun a fixed term contract, etc. is one that only lasts for the agreed period of time …

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  • 83 Fixed Service Satellite — (or FSS), is the official classification (used chiefly in North America) for geostationary communications satellites used for broadcast feeds for television and radio stations and networks, as well as for telephony and data communications. FSS… …

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  • 84 Fixed Odds Betting Terminals — (FOBTs) are computerised machines normally found in betting shops which allow players to bet on the outcome of various games and events with Fixed Odds. They were introduced to UK shops in 2002 by a company called the global draw , shortly after… …

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  • 85 Fixed priority pre-emptive scheduling — is a scheduling system commonly used in real time systems. With fixed priority pre emptive scheduling, the scheduler ensures that at any given time, the processor executes the highest priority task of all those tasks that are currently ready to… …

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  • 86 Fixed Dose Procedure — (FDP), proposed in 1984, is a method to assess a substance s acute oral toxicity. [cite journal |author=Walum E |title=Acute oral toxicity |journal=Environ. Health Perspect. |volume=106 Suppl 2 |pages=497–503 |year=1998 |pmid=9599698… …

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  • 87 Fixed-income — – постоянный доход (фиксированный доход). Обычно эта фраза относится к так называемым инструментам с фиксированной доходностью: облигациям и депозитам, противоположностью которых являются инструменты с переменной доходностью (акции, фьючерсы и… …

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  • 88 fixed rate note — A security on which interest is calculated at a fixed rate. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010 …

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  • 89 fixed term employee — An employee working under a fixed term contract of employment, which is terminable either: On a set date or after a set period (for example, for six months or on 8 June). On the occurrence or non occurrence of a specific event (for example, a… …

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  • 90 fixed-term contract — A contract that terminates on a set date or after a set period (for example, after six months) or on the occurrence or non occurrence of a specific event (for example, a maternity cover contract). A fixed term contract can be either full or part… …

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  • 91 Fixed Dialing Number — (FDN) oder Rufnummernbeschränkung ist eine Merkmal der SIM Karte (Subscriber Identity Module) von GSM Telefonen. Funktion Die Rufnummern oder Nummernbereiche werden in der FDN Liste gespeichert. Wenn man das Merkmal aktiviert, dann werden… …

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  • 92 fixed charges — Costs that do not vary with changes in output and would continue even if a firm produced no output at all, such as most management expenses, interests on bonded debt, depreciation, property taxes, and other irreducible overhead. Dictionary from… …

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  • 93 fixed disk — ˌfixed ˈdisk noun [countable] COMPUTING another name for hard disk …

    Financial and business terms

  • 94 fixed liabilities — ➔ liability …

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  • 95 fixed line — ˌfixed ˈline noun [countable] another name for a landline …

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  • 96 fixed term contract — ➔ contract1 …

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  • 97 fixed-income investment — ➔ investment …

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  • 98 fixed-period contract — ➔ contract1 …

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  • 99 fixed-rate debt — ➔ debt …

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  • 100 fixed liability — UK US noun [C] (plural fixed liabilities) ► ACCOUNTING, FINANCE LONG TERM LIABILITY(Cf. ↑long term liability) …

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