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Fixation

The process of setting a price of a commodity, whether in the present or the future. See: Gold fixing.
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While a low-performing student (see Figure 3(b)) had frequent fixation transitions between POA and PIA (to conduct a means-end approach) with a few fixations on PRA.
Therefore, compared to low performing students, highperforming students have longer fixations and fewer visit counts in PIA, which, in turn, causes shorter test durations.
Complications of transpedicular fixations of the thoracolumbar spine were examined also by Farrokhi et al [9].
The aim of this study is to analyze functional, radiographic and neurological results of posterior fixation of these injuries and to compare short and long fixation.
The fixation and the saccade tasks constitute the free-view process; the details are obtained by fixations, and the saccades reflect the visual orientation and eye movement control ability.
Higher numbers of fixation count on a particular AOI indicate that the information was either more noticeable or important, whereas longer durations of fixations on a particular AOI indicate that the information was either more engaging or that a greater mental effort was required to extract the information (Poole and Ball 2006).
Ruedi and Allgower (1,2,3) classified these fractures and concluded that anatomical reduction and stable fixation is needed to be achieved provided good surgical technique and careful handling of soft tissue are done.
Prior Information Notice without call for competition: Delivery of patches and fixation.
A head fixation device with pins is commonly used for immobilization of the patient's head during craniotomy.
The study showed for both fixations, the mean failure load and the deformation for the tensile tests and elongation for the fatigue testing showed comparable results for mean values of maximum failure load, yield load and stiffness and comparable to results of previous studies [11].
Various methods to treat phalangeal fractures include buddy strapping, percutaneous cross Kirschner (K) wiring, plate fixation and tension band wiring.
Additionally, Solucorp will display other Integrated Fixation System (IFS) pollution prevention products, many of which have been developed in conjunction with select industry leaders, such as self-remediating filters, ammunition, batteries, cable coverings, blocks and film, which can eliminate the hazardous problems associated with computers and other electronic equipment disposal.