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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fixture.


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  • My current bookstore (at Eric Carle Museum) and my previous store (at Chicago Children's Museum) were fixtured with weird modular structures and/also with plexiglass or wood cubes.

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  • But in my most recent two stores, fixtured more like -- I haven't had stoller back-up issues.

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  • I definitely remember this stroller pile-up problem from my first bookstore The Children's Bookstore, which we had fixtured traditionally, with bookcases, and which looked like a library.

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  • Bookstores are generally fixtured with bookcases and tables.

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  • One fifty-five was a modest home, well manicured and richly fixtured, as was the lady in Hunch's picture when she greeted my knock.

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  • It went with me along the twisting, gaudy streets that tried to hide the fact they were only going in circles; into the quiet, shadowed sprawl of the museum complex and out again; into a food bar; into the silver-fixtured hotel men?


  • "We're fortunate enough to have been fixtured to play this game, and every single player wants to be a part of it and to make the most of the opportunity," Maxwell said. | Top Stories

  • This allows cutting tools to machine on both sides of the fixtured parts at increased turning speeds, reducing cycle time to 90sec.

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  • The reasoning behind changing the way the round was fixtured was to avoid situations like last year, where a number of finals-bound sides were all scheduled to play on the Sunday of Round 22.

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  • The fixtured component rotates at a controlled, adjustable speed and is exposed to blast media from multiple nozzles that are pre-positioned at the correct angles and distances for the overall or selective coverage of the target surfaces.

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