field fit

field fit

The practice of taking measurements for building components as an improvement is undergoing construction,rather than relying on precise written plans and specifications.Sometimes small amounts of field fitting are necessary,as when tolerances can vary by fractions of an inch.Other times,although the practice is widespread and commonplace,it is not recommended.

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31am, resulting in a flooded outfield and a delay of just over four hours as the ground-staff at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence worked minor miracles to get the field fit for a 3.
His desire to win, great professionalism and his attitude off the field fit perfectly with the Wigan Warriors culture.
ISCO provided complete fusion services with approximately four ISCO field technicians that field fit and installed all the HDPE pipe and support equipment.
Verdict A solid trends race but most of the field fit the weight and ratings trends.
They went out into the field fit and healthy and they're fit and healthy and look fantastic now.
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When we get our best players on the field fit we are not a bad team.
He has come off some horrific injuries, but if we get him on the field fit and ready, we might see a new Ryan Jones.
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If you view risk management as a field fit only for technical specialists in the subject, this book is for you.
Newry were certainly struggling to field fit players half an hour before kick-off, Dessie Gorman was sitting in an Oval lounge nursing a knee injury.
The visitors Swinton Athletic weren't too keen to play but the referee passed the field fit.