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immobilize

adjective fixed, have no freedom, have no mobility, immovable, impassive, inactive, inexpressive, inflexible, like a statue, motionless, paralyzed, rigid, rooted, stationary, staunch, steadfast, still, transfixed, unmoving
See also: bind, fetter, lock, restrain
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Each day, the following data was gathered at the bedside by the Respiratory Care Practitioner: 1) type of immobilizer (tape, cloth strap or skin adhesive/Velcro strap), 2) position of ET tube in the right or left corner of mouth, 3) length of the ET tube inserted at the lower incisors, and, inspection for facial or neck trauma.
Atmel Introduces Industry's First Open Source License AES-128 Immobilizer Protocol Stack: http://tinyurl.
Most insurance companies cut premiums for automobiles equipped with immobilizers.
This consultation relates to the acquisition of breathalysers immobilizer and ancillary products and their installation by a qualified electrician in accordance with Decree No.
In fact, the Mahindra Centuro already features the internationally patented fuel gauge system, distance to empty system and engine immobilizer system.
This consultation is the acquisition of breathalysers immobilizer and ancillary products and installation by a qualified professional pursuant to Decree No.
Other applications for the HCS410/WM include automotive immobilizers, electronic door locks, burglar alarm systems, proximity access control and authentication of expendable brand-name items.
This research analyses the current market situation, compares different approaches to remote immobilizers O http://marketpublishers.
From immobilizers to tire pressure monitors, on the assembly line and in the supply chain, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is making its presence felt throughout the automotive industry.
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We are enthusiastic about the European automotive market, which is known for feature-rich vehicles that require increasing numbers of coils, sensors, immobilizers and power-conversion components supplied by ERA.
In light of increasing sales value, this market research report "Vehicle Security Devices Market in UK (2005 - 2009)" addresses the changing pattern of consumer behavior, analyzes demand for advanced security devices, car locks and immobilizers in UK.