fixture


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fixture

An item of personal property that becomes part of the real property.

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One store had some incredibly cheap code-compliant hard-wired fixtures.
India Lighting Fixture Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018' has evaluated the future growth potential of India's lighting fixture market and provides statistics and information on market structure, statistics and trends.
The aluminum fixture reportedly extracts heat quickly and uniformly without hot spots, says Rob Isling, v.
In law, fixtures are distinguished from `chattels', or moveable things.
5 million all-weather course, for which work will begin in October, will have two fixtures in December 2006 to complement the Berkshire venue's 18 Flat turf and 11 jump turf fixtures.
The cost would just be an exchange of one fixture for another.
Retrofitting an existing light fixture to accept CFLs is a worthwhile investment.
The clamping of intelligent fixture has to be optimized from complex of the conditions.
In the test setup--and plans are to put the fixture into a plant during the first quarter of '05--the fixture is a tombstone mounted on the table of a Makino A99 horizontal machining center.
Remove wing nut, pressing plate, old bearing and assembles tire from fixture
An operator unloads and loads the "outside" workpiece fixture while the robot is making a programmed sequence of cuts on the inside fixture.
In these cases, it is much simpler and cheaper to modify a nondedicated fixture than to rework a hard fixture.