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The routes must be fixed and run at fixed intervals with a fixed calling pattern.
The weather in this county has made my life a misery as outdoor events can no longer be enjoyed or arranged as it is certain the weather will be fixed.
A THE legal rules for registration plates say the registration mark shall be fixed and displayed on the front and the back so that the letters and figures are easily legible up to a distance of 75ft (23m) in daylight and 18m at night.
"If we want to support each other's inner life, we must remember a simple truth: the human soul does not want to be fixed, it wants simply to be seen and heard.
In the Scientific Tradition, hot flashes are a broken machine that needs to be fixed. You give a woman estrogen and that problem is fixed.
"Not only do we ensure equipment is compatible when units and soldiers first start to use it, we look at the whole system and if it breaks, determine what can be done to fix it and if it can be fixed," Netardus said.
I think it is still an issue, [and] one that can be fixed. But, it requires people to acknowledge that there has been an issue.
If they're right, our sexual orientation may well be fixed long before any maestro blows his first note.
Am I wrong, or is it stupid for teachers to be focusing on problems that can't be fixed?
Even if they could be fixed, it would cost more than a new pair.
Consider first what I call the "widow situation." Let us imagine a widow who is left with her home, a little income (say, earnings on her husband's life insurance), and some real estate that could be fixed up and sold to improve her financial situation.
It was a difficult lesson to learn, but I slowly came to understand that my students and their essays were not merely "problems to be fixed." By thinking of them in such reductionist ways, I was acting inhumanely.