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Adjust

To settle or arrange; to free from differences or discrepancies. To bring to a satisfactory state so that parties are agreed, as to adjust amount of loss by fire or controversy regarding property or estate. To bring to proper relations. To determine and apportion an amount due. The term is sometimes used in the sense of pay, when used in reference to a liquidated claim. Determination of an amount to be paid to insured by insurer to cover loss or damage sustained.

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* Seat tilt adjustability, to promote even weight distribution and proper torso-to-thigh angle.
The sight comes with a larger adjustment level that is easier to see and set, and it boasts more range and adjustability than traditional hunting sights.
To answer the need for negative pressure adjustability, 3-T and Geneva Medical team members decided to incorporate an adjustment knob into the valve.
Look for adjustability in the seat pan height to suit people of varying heights.
Second and 3rd axis leveling, ambidextrous bracket, individual microadjust pins, Mathews Harmonic Damper and optional dovetail bracket are integral to this sight's versatility and precision adjustability. The Armortech Vision is available with four, five, or seven pins, and is customizable with fibers of .029", .019" and .010".
Black Gold's new Ascent Verdict ($224.95-$265.95; www.blackgoldsights.com) gives shooters accuracy, adjustability and durability.
Height adjustability of the chair ranges from 22 3/8 inches from the floor to 40 3/8 inches to satisfy all procedural needs.
Easy-to-use and with a high level of adjustability, the device enables workers to achieve a comfortable, secure fit whenever goggles and hard hats are required in combination.
Other features include a reversible mounting bracket, a sight level with third-axis adjustability, and a NoSnag routing system to further protect the fiber optics.
More ergonomic features include seat height, back height, and seat and back angle adjustability. Two series are offered in this introduction, both available in standard and ESD models.
All units feature a hardened, corrosion-resistant rod finish, patented safety guides, tapped holes for easy mounting, a compact two-way valve for force adjustability, ISO square mounting grooves, and an oil retaining pipe for improved lubrication.
Company offers an ergonomic, mid-height surgery chair for applications where comfort, support, and easy adjustability are important to the surgeon, anesthesiologist, or nurse.