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  • adj. Not adjustable; that cannot be adjusted.


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  • He and his girlfriend cooked in their tiny kitchen on two nonadjustable burners, controlling cooking temperatures by moving the skillet to the sink.

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  • I told him we only had two days due to nonadjustable commitments at home.

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  • The Roux-en-Y gastric bypass creates a small, nonadjustable stomach pouch and also bypasses part of the intestines.

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  • HRT said in May that it had informed its partner, Brazilian oil firm Petra, that it would pay a "fixed and nonadjustable price" of 1.29 billion reais $820 million for its 49 percent stake in the blocks, exercising its buy-out right.

  • The bad: Expensive; last year's Panasonic plasmas lost black-level performance over relatively short periods of time; nonadjustable grayscale in THX mode; some artifacts in 1080p/24 mode; fewer streaming services and apps than the competition; uses more power than LCDs and newer plasmas.

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  • Despite having edges designed for prying and a nonadjustable wrench on the Barbar, neither of them have any dedicated screwdrivers, pliers or even a blade.


  • Fixed-focus cameras, the most basic one and have a nonadjustable lens.


  • Among the brands on display: a stretchy green camoflauge MetroWrap with a bedazzled skull and crossbones on the front, a Peanut Shell nonadjustable sling, a homemade sling with Vespas on it and several Ergos - a soft-structured carrier that looks like a canvas backpack and has become the top dog among carriers. -

  • Polypropylene mesh band or Silastic ® ring (nonadjustable)

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  • They're equipped with nonadjustable straps on either side of the helmet and a self-adjusting belt across the back.

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